maquiladoras

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  • Figures published by the National Statistics Institute, INEGI, show that employment in maquiladoras totalled 1.165 million people at mid-year, up 14% from a year ago.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - December 1999

  • Figures published by the National Statistics Institute, INEGI, show that employment in maquiladoras totalled 1.165 million people at mid-year, up 14% from a year ago.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report - December 1999

  • Daniel Romero, the president of the National Council for Maquiladora and Export Industries, predicts that direct foreign investment in maquiladoras will double in the second half of this year, compared with the same period in 2003, to around 4 billion dollars.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report August 2004

  • Daniel Romero, the president of the National Council for Maquiladora and Export Industries, predicts that direct foreign investment in maquiladoras will double in the second half of this year, compared with the same period in 2003, to around 4 billion dollars.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report August 2004

  • "To promote maquiladoras is to bring poverty from south to north," says Torres, 63, whose family has owned the hotel since 1929 and who is grooming his two daughters, Laura and Rosy, to assume the reins once he steps down.

    Tell me about Rosarita Beach

  • "To promote maquiladoras is to bring poverty from south to north," says Torres, 63, whose family has owned the hotel since 1929 and who is grooming his two daughters, Laura and Rosy, to assume the reins once he steps down.

    Tell me about Rosarita Beach

  • Since the 1990s, Mexico has thrived on low-end manufacturing with its so-called maquiladoras —border factories for basic assembly—but in the last decade it has ceded part of that terrain to Chinese plants, which are often cheaper.

    The New Learjet...Now Mexican Made

  • The 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement paved the way for the rise of so-called maquiladoras, assembly lines where everything from laptops to motorcycles are built with cheap local labor and shipped back across the border tariff-free.

    Juárez Violence Puts Factories on Defensive

  • The 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement paved the way for the rise of so-called maquiladoras, assembly lines where everything from laptops to motorcycles are built with cheap local labor and shipped back across the border tariff-free.

    Juárez Violence Puts Factories on Defensive

  • The 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement paved the way for the rise of so-called maquiladoras, assembly lines where everything from laptops to motorcycles are built with cheap local labor and shipped back across the border tariff-free.

    Juárez Violence Puts Factories on Defensive

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