Mexican armored-car industry grows 10 pct in 2011

MEXICO CITY – The Mexican armored-car industry will close the year with a 10 percent growth over 2010 as the prevailing violence in Mexico drives more and more business leaders and government officials to seek the protection of its products, an industry official said.

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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.

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Mazda making a big impact in United States and Mexico

Big things are happening for Mazda in North America, where car sales are booming in the United States and the Mexico arm of the Japanese car company has a new boss on the heels of reporting its best sales month ever.

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Canada auto sector under threat from Mexico

(Reuters) - Canada's auto industry, which accounts for about 10 percent of the country's manufacturing output, is in danger of losing market share in North America as investment dollars flow to Mexico, an economist warned on Tuesday.

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Accuride establishes aluminum wheel production in Mexico

Accuride Corp. has completed expansion of its Accuride de Mexico facility in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

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Nissan 26.2% of the Mexican market

Mexico.- Nissan Mexicana maintained its leadership in the automotive industry for 29 consecutive months, recording a market share of 26.2%, with a 19.874 units in this period.

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