Making it work south of the border

Quinones, Sam
October 1997
World Trade;Oct97, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p54
Trade Publication
Discusses how the Mexican manufacturing industry engaged in export trading. Experiences of Industrias La Florencia company, an aluminum kitchen utensils manufacturing company, in the export business; Role of the manufacturing sector to the economic boom of Mexico; Investment opportunities in Mexico.


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