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Among this week’s top stories, Mexico’s automotive exports were up 42.5 percent in August, while KIA is set to invest US$408 million in Nuevo Leon.
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The automotive industry raises its concerns as the program to regularize “chocolate” cars was extended until Dec. 31, 2022.
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Workers at the Volkswagen assembly plant accepted a 9 percent salary increase. This and more in the weekly roundup.
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After a rough 2021, manufacturing states hope to boost their production with new policies.
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A strong Dec. 2021 helped increase the year’s annual sales but monthly figures were still below Dec. 2020’s.
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Since President López Obrador announced the decree, no specifications have been agreed upon and the industry has not been consulted.
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President López Obrador added Michoacan to the list of states that will legalize illegally imported vehicles.
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López Obrador recently signed a decree to regularize “chocolate” cars across seven states in the north of Mexico despite industry concerns.
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While the Mexican auto sector prepares for 2022, Tesla reached the US$1.01 trillion value mark.
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