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Weekly Roundups
Stori became Mexico’s ninth unicorn after receiving a US$150 investment but analysts forecast a possible slowdown in 3Q22.
commerce
News Article
Ayden’s "Retail in Mexico and the world" study shows where the sector is heading and how it will grow.
Maserati
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Pablo Herrera
CEO
Maserati México & Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Mexico
https://www.linkedin.com/in/pablo-herrera-50b435140
https://twitter.com/MaseratiMexico?s=20&t=5lvsLz7Og5hWTy34FeySjw
Customers demand powerful but ecological engines, with in-vehicle tech, interior and exterior design, says Pablo Herrera, CEO of Maserati México.
Jorge Vallejo
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Jorge Vallejo
President & CEO
Mitsubishi Motors de México
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jorge-vallejo-6a40388/?originalSubdomain=mx
https://twitter.com/mitsubishimex
Accompanying customers throughout the life of their vehicle is the best way to build loyalty, says Mitsubishi Motors’ Jorge Vallejo.
Jaime Pedraza
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Jaime Pedraza
Founding Director
Automotive Solutions
https://mx.linkedin.com/in/jaimepedraza
Shortages are forcing dealerships to innovate as they struggle to survive in a low-inventory world, says AutomotiveSolutions’s Jaime Pedraza.
Luis Lozano
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Luis Lozano
President
Toyota Motor de México
https://www.linkedin.com/in/llozanoo/?originalSubdomain=mx
https://twitter.com/Llozano_toyota
Toyota Motor de México President Luis Lozano celebrates the production of 1.7 million vehicles and sales of over 1.3 million units.
Miguel Barbeyto
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Miguel Barbeyto
President
Mazda México
https://www.linkedin.com/in/miguel-barbeyto-a9263a1/?originalSubdomain=mx
https://twitter.com/mazdaoficial
Customer preferences have changed, so adaptation and innovation remain essential tools for automakers, says Mazda México’s Miguel Barbeyto.
Miguel Elizalde
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Miguel Elizalde
President
ANPACT
https://www.linkedin.com/in/melizaldel/?originalSubdomain=mx
https://twitter.com/melizaldel
The Mexican heavy-vehicle industry must rapidly adopt global trends as it deals with ongoing challenges, says ANPACT’s Miguel Elizalde.
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Weekly Roundups
Nissan Mexicana announced a US$700 million investment to strengthen its manufacturing operations. Read this and more in your weekly roundup.
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