++bombardier++ Queretaro, Queretaro,- Bombardier’s labor force grew 33% in 2010, by going from 1,100 to 1,500 workers, Pascal Labelle, Human Resources Director, informed.
This was a year of growth, he pointed-out, because operations at the two
++osamsasaki++ Puebla, Puebla,-Mexico remains an attractive country for foreign investment, Osam Sasaki, President, Mitsubishi Mexico, declared during the ceremony to grant scholarships to outstanding students from Universidad de las Americas
++queretaro++ Mexico City,- Queretaro International Airport will become the first in Mexico and Latin America to use a solar energy generation system interconnected to the public network, which will cut down the use power obtained from fossil fuels.
++industry7++ Mexico City,- The Ministry of the Economy warned that piracy and smuggling affect Mexico’s development Proof of this, he said, is garments industry, in which 5 out of every 10 garments are originated by smuggling and illegality.
++sedeco++ Puebla, Mexico,- After a US$3 million investment Andreas STIHL will inaugurate a