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Quality of Work, Strong Engineering Skills, Cost Efficiencies, Safety and Security, and Visionary Mexican Framework Among Most Attractive Factors for International Aerospace Investors MEXICO CITY, July 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following is being released today by Marca Pais - Imagen de Mexico: Mexico has a strong framework to become a leading world manufacturing hub for the aerospace industry; that was the message coming out of the Second Annual Baja California International...
The second edition of the Baja Aerospace Forum was praised by leading companies like Bombardier, Eurocopter, Safran, among others as a huge success.
Today the city of Tijuana, Mexico joins the global network of World Trade Centers Associations with 330 franchises in over 100 countries.
Over $2 billion U.S. dollars of supply chain opportunities will be the center of the second Annual Baja California International Aerospace Supplier Forum.
The Ambassador of Korea to Mexico, Whan-Bok Cho, and the trade ministers of China, Japan, India and Australia together with the Governor of Baja California inaugurated the new Asia-Pacific Institute at CETYS University in Tijuana, Baja California. Tijuana, Mexico (PRWEB) May 30, 2011 Baja California is now the first State in Mexico with an Asia-Pacific Institute that will enable cooperation and business development between Baja California and the fastest growing market in the world; Asia.
A recently released study reveals that the city in North America with the highest employment concentration in Medical Device manufacturing is Tijuana, Mexico. Tijuana, Mexico (PRWEB) May 17, 2011 The Tijuana Economic Development Council (Tijuana EDC) recently published a White Paper that highlights an annual growth of 8.7% in employment of the Medical Device sector since 2004, reaching over 30,000 workers, concentrated in 40 medical manufacturing companies, such as Care Fusion, Medtronic,...
The CCSVI medical treatment team at Hospital Angeles Tijuana hosts a free monthly online webcast series attracting more than 500 Multiple Sclerosis patients and their advocates in the past six months.