Automotive industry

The never-ending obstacle course: Why cars are taking longer to build

The automotive industry has been experiencing supply chain disruption for more than two years. The light at the end of the tunnel is still far away.

Car production in Mexico grew 15.22% annually during May

Exports, however, recorded a decrease in the first five months of the year, compared to the period January-May 2021.

Russian invasion of Ukraine unleashes a perfect storm in the auto industry

The reason that a new car has a CD radio instead of a screen or does not have a wireless charger for the Smartphone may be almost 11,000 kilometers away, in Ukraine.

Car sales in Mexico register second best month in May

The sale of vehicles in the domestic market rebounded in May, but total sales so far this year are lower than those of the same period in 2021.

A solid Mexican company

With 28 years of history, Quálitas has been the leading Mexican insurer in the automotive sector for 15 years

Car sales fall again in April

The sale of light vehicles in the Mexican domestic market fell in April, after having grown in March. Sales are still 22% below pre-COVID levels.

Lithium batteries will be key to be in the Top 10 of car production

Mexico is today the seventh largest vehicle manufacturer globally, but to maintain this status, it is necessary to detonate a lithium battery production chain.

Car sales soar in March, but still far from recovery

In the third month of 2022, 90,000 units were sold, something that had not happened since December 2021. Even so, sales are far from pre-pandemic levels.

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Enel marks the route to a new era of energy in Mexico

Mexico has a great wealth of renewable sources and, with the commitment to create the conditions for a sustainable future, Enel is the energy manager of the leading companies in various industries.

"And a recharge, please": Mexicans lower the amount to recharge their cell phones to 89 pesos due to inflation

The Ciu consultancy expects that this amount will even drop to 87 pesos in the following months "due to inflationary pressure."

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