GM relocating Canada plant to Mexico

General Motors, in addition to producing the GMC Terrain in Mexico, has plans to relocate a plant currently operating in Canada, revealed Coahuila's Governor, Ruben Moreira Valdez, who pointed out that "the ideal thing would be to welcome it in Ramos Arizpe, but as long as it comes to our Country, anywhere it comes, is good for us, as we are GM providers in this region".

GM not leaving Mexico

Tereso Medina Ramirez, General Secretary of the National Union of the Automotive, Metal-mechanic and Steel Industries, affirmed that General Motors will never leave Mexico. The company has a lot of plans for growth and expansion; moreover, Mexico must go on capitalizing on the great strengths it has a nation

Automotive cluster in consolidation

With Kia Motors coming into Nuevo Leon and the establishment of BMW in San Luis Potosi, the arrival and development of supply chain is imminent, which will amply benefit the Southeast, Laguna and North regions with investments from the Asian market to propel the automotive cluster within these states.

Coahuila will have more industrial parks: Ruben Moreira

Governor Ruben Moreira Valdez held a meeting with the Minister of the Economy, Ildefonso Guajardo, with whom he discussed several matters, such as industrial parks for the State of Coahuila, GDP growth at the State, and the increase in employment, among others.

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