TIJUANA – Technological progress and automation of production processes, represents a threat to the industrial sector of Tijuana, stated the president of Colegio de Economistas of Baja California, Domingo Ramos Medina.
According to Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (Inegi), in Baja California 413,000 people are employed in the manufacturing industry, being after the service sector, the largest generator of jobs in the entity.
“Surely there will be adjustments in the labor market, technology plays an important role in the production of companies”, stressed Ramos Medina.
He stated that it will depend on each company to make the necessary adjustments to deal with technological advances and the reduction of personnel.
The president of the organization stated that Tijuana should adapt, and give greater added value to production, export and technological innovation.
Source: El Sol de Tijuana