'Made in Mexico' increasingly means high-tech motors, not sweatshops
Technicians work on an engine during a media tour at the inauguration of Volkswagen AG's 100th plant worldwide in Silao, Mexico in this Jan.
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#1 Apr 9, 2013
This is a very important article.
To me it is almost orgasmic to know that the model evolves by itself into something that involves more Mexican knowledge, and therefore comes more from the Central States, than of the maquiladoras on the border.
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