Mexican auto industry wants US commitment to free trade
Nov 13, 2012 | 06:44 PM
MEXICO CITY The Mexican automotive industry wants to maintain a good business relationship with the United States amid President Barack Obamas recent re-election last week and the beginning of President Enrique Peña Nietos term Dec. 1.
Carmakers in the Latin American country will look for more investment, an increase in exports and the maintenance of free trade, Eduardo Solís, head of Mexican auto industry association Amia, told AMM sister publication Steel First Nov. 13.....
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