The growth of Mexico’s aerospace industry is one of the great success stories in recent years. An industry that once comprised just a handful of investments by aerospace suppliers took off in the early 2000s as a result of NAFTA, proximity to U.S. OEMs, competitive labor costs and pro-business governments. By 2015, it boasted more than 350 companies and exports in excess of $7 billion.  Mexico could be poised for a new wave of aerospace growth, thanks to deteriorating U.S.-China ...

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