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September 15, 2017

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Japanese investment in Mexico continues to rise, as both countries celebrate 130 years of relations

Japanese investment in Mexico continues to rise, as both countries celebrate 130 years of relations

Next year marks the 130th anniversary of bilateral relations between Japan and Mexico. There is much economic progress to celebrate.

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Pioneer in Japan-Mexico logistics services looks to next century

Pioneer in Japan-Mexico logistics services looks to next century

Led by the automotive sector, opportunities for Japanese investment into Mexico today are limitless, compared to just over 60 years ago when Japan mostly bought Mexican cotton for use in its emerging textile industry.

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From Yakult Puebla — OIV’s family values course aims to spread Japanese-style order and cleanliness throughout Mexico

From Yakult Puebla — OIV’s family values course aims to spread Japanese-style order and cleanliness throughout Mexico

As you walk through the halls of Yakult de Puebla, winner of the Mexican and Ibero-American Quality Awards, you will immediately notice the exceptional cleanliness and organization of the 35-year-old company.

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Sony leads the field in Mexico’s electronics sector

Sony leads the field in Mexico’s electronics sector

Among the hundreds of Japanese companies that have made their way to Mexico in the last five decades, Sony remains a leader in brand strength and Japanese innovation character.

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Growing business in Mexico calls for a base in the country

Growing business in Mexico calls for a base in the country

Since 2009, the number of Japanese companies in Mexico has multiplied from 400 to over 1,000. The majority of these are members of the automotive sector value chain — from auto and auto parts manufacturers to ancillary sectors that support these companies.

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Deloitte Mexico maintains strong commitment to serving Japanese investment in Mexico

Deloitte Mexico maintains strong commitment to serving Japanese investment in Mexico

Since 1906, Deloitte Mexico has been offering its services to all types of companies. Today, it is the biggest accounting and consulting services firm in Mexico, with over 5,500 employees and 367 partners.

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Mexican base is ideal location for North American auto sector services

Mexican base is ideal location for North American auto sector services

Sumitomo Electric Hardmetal de Mexico was established in Aguascalientes in December 2007 for the purpose of selling cutting tools and providing technical services in Mexico. This year marks the company’s 10th anniversary, and the company is pleased to note that its sales have increased tenfold in the past decade.

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