Articles tagged with: Honda

29Dec

Five manufacturing investment in 2011

MEXICO CITY- Some, like Mazda and Honda, allocated investments to open new plants. Others will use it to expand its facilities in Mexico, like DuPont. The fact is that in 2011, the manufacturers did not stop investing in the country.

Posted in Foreing investment in Mexico

08Dec

Mexico in the sights of automotive corporations

Mexico.- Despite the auto industry in this country has not recovered at all, within the projects in the medium and long term, Mexico is still in the sight of the big automotive corporations, and so is evidenced by the recent investments announced by Honda and Mazda to build new factories.

Posted in Automotive

28Sep

Jalisco attracts investment of 500 million pesos

GUADALAJARA, JALISCO.- With an investment of around 500 million pesos, the  automotive company Alpha Corp will install a plant in Maharashtra in which they will manufacture handles and doors for Honda and Mazda.

Posted in Automotive, Foreing investment in Mexico

28Sep

Oliva boasts investments

The Government of Guanajuato reached $ 635 million in foreign investments.

Posted in Foreing investment in Mexico

22Sep

Fuel costs top of mind for greenhouse growers

Canadian greenhouse operators know fuel is one of the key expenses in their operations. Mexico’s protected-agriculture operations feel the same heat from fuel prices, if not to such a dramatic degree.

Posted in Foreing investment in Mexico

22Aug

Mexico Raises Forecast for Direct Investment 11% to $20 Billion for 2011

Mexico may receive as much as $20 billion in foreign direct investment this year, 11 percent more than a prior forecast, as the second-biggest Latin American economy’s low wages and proximity to the U.S. draw producers.

Mexico has manufacturing costs 25 percent lower than the U.S., is producing more engineers than other countries and is signing free trade pacts with nations like Colombia, Ferrari said. The expected $20 billion compares to $18 billion estimated earlier this year by Finance Minister Ernesto Cordero.

In the past year, Mexico has attracted auto manufacturers like Volkswagen AG (VOW), Nissan Motor Co., Mazda Motor Co. and General Motors Co. (GM) to announce investments in the country of more than $400 million each.

Honda Motor Co., Japan’s third-largest automaker, said on Aug. 12 it plans to build an $800 million factory in the central Mexican city of Celaya.

“We’re expecting to have more of those announcements before the year’s end,” Ferrari said, declining to identify the auto manufacturers that may open factories in Mexico.


Posted in Politic / Economic issues, Foreing investment in Mexico