Articles tagged with: Volkswagen

06Mar

Automotive seek to accelerate in Europe

Nissan announces investments, while BMW and Volkswagen have optimistic forecasts, however, Peugeot accuses difficulties for automakers in Europe.

Posted in Automotive

28Sep

Oliva boasts investments

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

Posted in Foreing investment in Mexico

29Aug

Why Mazda, Nissan, Volkswagen and Honda invest $2 billion in Mexico

Mexico is quickly becoming a world leader in manufacturing, according to a recent report in the Dow Jones Newswires. Manufacturing output in Mexico is rapidly growing as evidenced by the fact the fabrication of cars and light trucks between January and June this year rose 14 percent to 1.23 million vehicles.

Posted in Automotive, Foreing investment in Mexico

23Aug

Oportunidad mexicana

There is a belief that the U.S. economic slowdown will be devastating for Mexico and Central America due to its overdependence on the U.S. market. But this belief may be wrong.



Posted in Aerospace, Automotive, Manufacturing in Mexico, Security in Mexico, 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

15Aug

Es Guanajuato líder en inversión

Han llegado distintas empresas a Guanajuato incluyendo Volkswagen, Pirelli, Schaeffler, Mazda, Honda. Otras 18 empresas del sector automotriz analizan instalarse en el estado de Guanajuato, según información de la Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico. El valor de la producción del sector automotriz supera los 26 mil millones de pesos al año y representa el 8.5% del Producto Interno Bruto de Guanajuato, pero con la instalación de las nuevas empresas se prevé un notable crecimiento.

Posted in Nearshoring/Offshoring, Foreing investment in Mexico