Lithium
Weekly Roundups
Several countries are interested in making lithium-related investments in Mexico, which is expected to boost the industry and its supply chain.
Heavy equipment at work
News Article
The Silver Institute associates this increase with global vehicle electrification and state-centered environmental efforts.
Hector González
Expert Contributor
Hector González
BOA PRESIDENT
SafeLink Group
https://www.linkedin.com/in/h%C3%A9ctor-r-gonz%C3%A1lez-r-2a15017a/
https://www.safelinkmexico.com/
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Currently there is an evident shortage of drivers, triggering new worries among industry representatives, writes Hector González.
Melted steel
News Article
CANACERO said that the steel industry must pay attention to the economic outlook in the US.
Mario Pani
Expert Contributor
Mario Pani Cusi
Managing Director
BayWa Mexico LLC
https://www.linkedin.com/company/bwre-americas/
https://us.baywa-re.com/en/
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Mexico has an incredible opportunity to align its interests with the United States in homegrown clean energy and beyond, writes Mario Pani.
Jorge Antonio Juarez
Expert Contributor
Jorge Antonio Juarez
Partner
Marcos y Asociados
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jorge-antonio-juarez-alvarado-9a216380/
https://marcos.com.mx/
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Will the administration win its bet in modernizing the NRS to help balance PEMEX’s foreign currency account? Jorge Juarez tales a look.
copper
News Article
Experts warned that the Paris Agreement’s goals will not be met, since it would be necessary to create several copper projects in record time.
Daniel Esponda
Expert Contributor
Daniel Esponda
Founder and CEO
Odetta
https://www.linkedin.com/in/djesponda/
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The market dynamics that created a bubble and its bursting in the US are not the same in the Mexican used car industry, writes Daniel Esponda.
Carlos Robles
Expert Contributor
Carlos Robles
President & Head of Aerospace
AMBE Engineering
https://www.linkedin.com/in/roblescarlos1/
https://twitter.com/croblesaero
https://ambeeng.com/
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In today’s supply chain landscape, the more you are in control, the less you are going to suffer. Be proactive, not reactive, writes Carlos Robles.
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