Mexico will not lose investments, according to a study by LMC Automotive

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Mexico is a a key country in the sector of the car world. The brands of cars that they have there factories and interests will take years and years to invest in order to produce models and to create work but it seems that with the new president of the united States, Donald Trump, they are going to have problems. This Sr., is contrary to that the brands do business and trade with Mexico or any country that he does not fall well (for whatever reason) and it has been proposed drilling marks continue with their plans outside of the united States.

however, it seems that the consulting firm LMC Automotive, he has made a study to know investments that have the major brands of cars in Mexico and he can draw conclusions very curious. The brands have been studied, Fiat Chrysler Cars (FCA), Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Honda Motor Co, Hyundai Motor Group, the Renault-Nissan Alliance, Toyota Motor, and finally the Volkswagen Group.

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The main conclusion we have reached is that major manufacturers of cars in the world, including the big three of the united States, will not reduce their investments in Mexico despite the threats that Donald Trump can pour over them. This is something significant because at the moment it seems that companies are moving more content to the new president of the north american country.

Another of the conclusions to which arrive the experts of LMC Automotive is that the car production in Mexico will continue to grow until the year 2020 on the contrary, the united States and Canada that will tend to decrease. In addition, they also estimate positive that the models that are sold in the united States, and are manufactured in the neighbouring country, will also be more those sold until now.

These estimates mainly affect all manufacturers studied and, with the exception of FCA (which seems to adjust its production in the country to their current needs) all will continue to stand by manufacturing in Mexico. In the report figure these growths in the following way. The productive capacity in Mexico will grow by 47 per cent, in the united States 12 per cent and in Canada will be reduced by 4 percent.

For now this is only a report, but the reality it describes is very true to what very probably will happen. However we must see how events unfold between the united States and Mexico to see towards that side falls off the scale.

Source – LMC Automotive