The Asian firm Hamaden, an auto parts manufacturer, inaugurated its first plant in Mexico, with an investment of US$35.8 million and a creation of 340 jobs. The plant is located in the Interpuerto Monterrey and it is expected to start operations by 2016. Rodrigo Medina de la Cruz, Governor of Nuevo Leon, informed that they have received about US$4.5 billion of FDI during this year, which
represent 20% of Mexico´s foreign investment, achieving that the State becomes a good place to invest. In addition, Governor Moreira expressed that it is expected to reach the US$6 billion of foreign investment in Nuevo Leon, by the end of 2015.
Source: Cluster Industrial