Despite a generalized drop in sales across the country, some companies are growing. Mexico Automotive Summit 2017 took place on November 9th, attended by several hundred key decision-makers of the automotive industry that presented their views on the industry’s growth challenges, technology and innovation strategies.
The US receives 84 percent of Mexico’s automotive exports. High dependency poses a risk: El Economista.
AMDA: Car sales to drop up to five percent in 2017: El Economista.
AMIA and AMDA: Light vehicles sales drop 10.2 percent compared to 2016: Expansión.
Huachicoleros break “ordeña” record in 2017: El Universal.
31 percent of Mexicans use up to two transportation means to reach their destinations: Transporte.mx.
Harley Davidson introduces new motorcycle lines: El Financiero.
General Motors, Ford, Nissan and VW are the automotive companies growing despite sales drop: Expansión.
15 years since MINI’s arrival to Mexico: El Sol de México.
In cars, the only stance is not moving rules of origin: AMIA: El Economista (from Mexico Automotive Summit 2017).
Why investors are not worried if AMLO wins the elections: Alto Nivel (from Mexico Automotive Summit 2017).
30 percent of all R&D funding goes to the automotive sector: El Universal (from Mexico Automotive Summit 2017).
Economic nationalism may jeopardize R&D, study says: Automotive News.
Tesla faces delay in starting mass production, may look to Wall Street for more capital: Automotive News.
Revology to introduce updated version of 1967 Shelby GT500: El Universal.
Uber grows faster in Africa than in the US: El Economista.
POTUS encourages Japanese automotive companies to produce more in the US: El Economista.