Forecast weakens for Mexico processors

Downer, Stephen
April 2010
Plastics News;4/19/2010, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on prediction by Eduardo de la Tijera, managing director of Grupo Texne, plastics industry consulting firm, of a tougher year for the Mexican plastics processors in 2010. He forecasts on an increase in imports, decrease in Mexican processors' market share and a 4 percent growth in the plastics sector. He states that due to household spending restrictions, there will not be much growth in private consumption.


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