Aiming to attract more investment, generate more jobs, improve wages and stimulate competitiveness in these sectors.
Representatives from various industrial sectors, are planning to create the metal-mechanic, foods, graphic arts, and textile clusters, as well as consolidating the automotive and auto parts clusters during the first half of 2017, aiming to attract more investment, generate more jobs, improve wages and stimulate competitiveness in these sectors.
Carlos Salcedo Alatriste, Vice-President of industrial sectors, a member of the local chapter of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry, (CANACINTRA), informed that there is true potential to develop clusters of the metal-mechanic, agri-foods, graphic arts, and textile in Puebla, due to the number of companies and employees they generate, as well as their constant activity.
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