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U.S. take note: Mexico emerging as world trade power

May 10, 2019 Article 2 min read
Authors:
Lou Longo Alejandro A. Rodriguez

The trade winds are blowing in Mexico’s favor and U.S. businesses—particularly those in manufacturing—are finding ways to capitalize on new opportunities. Read more in Wards Auto.

Workers in a Mexico manufacturing facility looking at a board together discussing plans.

Mexico is back in business. America’s southern neighbor is emerging from a period of political and economic uncertainty stronger than ever, making it crucial for the auto industry and other manufacturers to consider how best to harness its strengths.

Until quite recently, the country’s investment climate had been struggling in the face of several headwinds, primarily due to the spike in political and trade uncertainty brought about by the 2016 U.S. presidential election and renegotiation of NAFTA.

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