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Canada’s Bombardier Opens Learjet Plant in Mexico

Canadian industrial giant Bombardier and Mexican President Felipe Calderon opened a new 250-million-dollar plant in central Mexico Thursday where it will produce components for the Learjet 85 business aircraft. Read more:

Canada’s Bombardier Opens Learjet Plant in Mexico

Bombardier Inaugurates Learjet 85 Aircraft Component Manufacturing Facility in Queretaro, Mexico

Bombardier Aerospace today inaugurated its new, state-of-the-art Learjet 85 aircraft component manufacturing facility at its site in the Queretaro Aerospace Park. Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, President of Mexico, and Jose Calzada Rovirosa, Governor of the State of Queretaro, joined Pierre Beaudoin, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bombardier Inc., and Guy C. Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer, Bombardier Aerospace, to mark the occasion. Read more:

Bombardier Inaugurates Learjet 85 Aircraft Component in Mexico

Bombardier Inaugurates Learjet 85 Aircraft Component Manufacturing Facility in Queretaro, Mexico

Bombardier Aerospace inaugurated its new, state-of-the-art Learjet 85 aircraft component manufacturing facility at its site in the Queretaro Aerospace Park. Read more:

Bombardier’s Learjet 85 Aircraft Facility

Business Briefs: Ethan Allen Opens Shop in Mexico

Ethan Allen Interiors Inc., a Danbury-based maker of home furnishings, recently announced plans to open a 12,475-square-foot design center in Estero, Mexico, next month. The company owns and operates five manufacturing plants and one sawmill in the United States and one manufacturing plant in Mexico. Ethan Allen makes 70 percent of its products in the United States. Read more:

Ethan Allen Opens Shop in Mexico

What Tijuana Has to Offer To Mexico Automotive Industry

Mexico has h ad a lengthy standing preference for American products and trends which is clearly seen within the automotive sector. U.S. brands such as GM, Chrysler, and Ford have been household names for numerous generations. Being so close to the U.S. border, Monterrey comes with an even closer affinity with American culture and its really like of automobiles. Read more:

Freescale Guadalajara Expands Operations

In a demonstration of its continued commitment to its operation in Mexico, Freescale Semiconductor is growing its engineering, business process operations and software design capabilities in Mexico to serve global markets. Growth at the site will be focused in multiple areas, including analog and mixed signal design, business processes, and systems and applications. Read more:

Freescale Guadalajara Expands Operations

Business Briefs: Ethan Allen Opens Shop in Mexico

Ethan Allen Interiors Inc., a Danbury-based maker of home furnishings, recently announced plans to open a 12,475-square-foot design center in Estero, Mexico, next month. The company owns and operates five manufacturing plants and one sawmill in the United States and one manufacturing plant in Mexico. Ethan Allen makes 70 percent of its products in the United States. Read more:

Ethan Allen Opens Shop in Mexico

Freescale Expanding in Mexico

Freescale Semiconductor Inc. is expanding its operations in Guadalajara, Jalisco. The new Freescale Mexico Business and Technology Center is three times as large as the previous facility, with 22,000 square feet of additional space. By the end of the year, Freescale said it will have 250 employees at the center, plus workers from partner companies. The new facility is large enough for 500 employees. Read more:

Freescale Expanding in Mexico

Tijuana Throws Festival for a Break from Drug Violence

Look who’s coming to Tijuana. The world’s richest man. Three Nobel Prize winners (including Al Gore!). A pair of Mexican film stars. An astronaut. This border city is throwing itself a grand festival, the Tijuana Innovadora, and the star-studded cast is the kind of publicity muscle the city is hoping will knock Mexico’s drug wars from the headlines. Read more:

Tijuana Throws Festival for a Break from Drug Violence

Tijuana Group Embarks On $5 Million Image Makeover

Can Al Gore, Larry King and the founder of Twitter help Tijuana improve its image? That’s the hope of businessmen behind a two-week long $5 million PR effort that starts in Tijuana Thursday, October 7. Jose Galicot is the Tijuana businessman behind Tijuana Innovadora. Galicot says the idea to show off the border city to the world came from his heart . . .literally. Read more:

Tijuana Group Embarks On $5 Million Image Makeover

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