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U.S.-Mexico breakup would hurt injection molders and suppliers on both sides of the border

U.S.-Mexico breakup would hurt injection molders and suppliers on both sides of the border

Mexican auto assembly capacity is projected to more than double in size between 2010 and 2020, and there are many factors beyond low wages that continue to attract automakers and their suppliers to Mexico. We spoke with some U.S.-based plastics processors who do business in Mexico: “Dismantling the work done through NAFTA will cost jobs and hurt the economies of America’s fringe cities,” said one of the companies. 

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