Day 2 1015
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Mexico is competitive thanks in part to its qualified labor but alliances can make the country even stronger.
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Weekly Roundups
Mexico’s business leaders met this week to discuss trends reshaping the market.
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News Article
Mexico is competitive thanks in part to its qualified labor but alliances can make the country even stronger.
SCHUNK - Marcos Sepúlveda
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Marcos Sepúlveda
Director General México and Latin America
SCHUNK
Director General México of SCHUNK shares its view on the keys to asure competitiveness and good results in the metal-mechanic industry.
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Insight
Luis Garrido
Sales Country Manager Mexico
Braux Energy Group
“One of our mandates as a company is to always comply with all of our clients’ requirements.
Celina Villarreal
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Celina Villarreal
Secretary of Economic Development
State of Nuevo Leon
KIA’s decision was mainly determined by human capital because we were the only state that could guarantee a pool of well-educated technicians.
Marco Antonio Ribera
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Marco Antonio Ribera
Senior Corporate Manager of Environment, Safety, and Energy
Nissan Mexicana
There is no OEM today that does not incorporate themes of sustainability in its manufacturing processes.
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