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Empresa coreana se expande en Playas de Rosarito | El Economista

April 28, 2017 Leave a comment

http://m.eleconomista.mx/estados/2017/04/28/empresa-coreana-se-expande-playas-rosarito

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Beaches of Rosarito, BC. Hyundai reported that for the second time in less than a year it will expand its facilities located in Playas de Rosarito, Baja California, with an investment of 100 million dollars. The Secretariat of Economic Development (Sedeco) said that the factory currently has 2,000 employees And expects to grow at least another 400 work spaces within the facilities. Undersecretary of Promotion of the Sedeco, Jose López Castellanos, said that of the 100 million dollars, 85% is for infrastructure, and the rest for machinery of the Plant. “The company currently has 5,500 workers, 2,000 at the Rosarito plant, which is about to grow, and the rest at the Tijuana plant; The intention is that to finish the year we can see the start of this expansion, “he said.

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Only in October of last year, the company, which began operations in the company since 1995, announced the expansion of its plant in Playas de Rosarito, for which 85 million dollars were invested. At the inauguration, Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, Said that the start of operations of this new industrial ship that will manufacture trailers meant the creation of 2,000 jobs. Likewise, the president said that the plant is located in a land of 120 hectares and that Hyundai is one of the 46 Korean companies operating in Baja California, positioning the country as the second largest foreign investor in the state, only after the United States. Hyundai Translead president Kyoung Soo Lee detailed at that event that the new plant will manufacture 25,000 trailers a year, in addition to recognizing that the State and municipality supported the project with infrastructure for its construction and operation.

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En 2016 cada hora se abrió una franquicia en México | El Economista

April 28, 2017 Leave a comment

http://m.eleconomista.mx/industrias/2017/04/27/2016-cada-hora-se-abrio-franquicia-mexico

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Last year Mexico opened about 11,800 new establishments belonging to some franchise, which is equivalent to a new point of sale every hour, according to a study done by Feher & Feher. At a press conference, on the occasion of 15 years The company’s CEO, Ferenz Feher, pointed out that 2,500 new units were opened in 2001, which represents a growth of almost five times in the period. “An hourly franchise is no small thing, especially In a scenario where there is doubt and uncertainty.There is now the noticia on the renegotiation of the Free Trade Agreement, before it was the arrival of Trump to the presidency and the year that enters the elections in Mexico, “he commented. In that sense, he explained That despite this context, the franchising model has remained in constant growth, where the comparison between 2012 and 2016 shows that eight out of every 10 franchises still remain in the market. A series of legislation on the subject is being added, which are still in force, which speaks of a system of franchises in the country that really works, and where the problems that have been generated have been less. Of franchises gives us an indicator that this model will not slow down, growth is probably not double-digit as was customary, but will remain at least 8.0% for the next five years, “he explained. Said that although issues such as insecurity in some parts of the country may affect the sector, there are balance points, such as migrants who return to Mexico and can open their own business under this model. The study also emphasizes that today there are around 1,500 brands of franchises in the country, as well as more than 75,000 outlets distributed throughout the Republic, through which generate more than 890,000 direct jobs. By segments, food and beverages occupy about 34% of the total, a figure that has varied by about one percentage point in the last 15 years; While there are significant growth in health, welfare and entertainment. As of the 1,500 franchises in the country, 86% are Mexican and 14% foreign, being half the United States but concentrate around 2,480 points of sale .

Great Wall Motor Co.

April 5, 2017 Leave a comment

El fabricante de SUVs más grande de China busca mudarse a México

https://www.forbes.com.mx/fabricante-suvs-mas-grande-china-busca-mudarse-mexico/#gs.Vw0oBGY

Mexico Emerges as Most Alluring Emerging Market, India Worst – Bloomberg

April 2, 2017 Leave a comment