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By Achilles ArbexAug 02, 2021

The news from our neighbors south of the border continues to impress. Multinationals like Dana, Whirlpool, Denso, and Nidec – to name a few – are investing heavily in Mexico. The country is seeing record-breaking automotive industry exports...

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By Arun MahajanJul 26, 2021

Due to the pandemic’s second wave in India, June’s manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) contracted, dipping below 50 for the first time in 11 months. However, the worst is over, and the business resumption index jumped from 92% to 96% last week.

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By Hubert SawickiJul 12, 2021

The fourth-largest economy of the European Union (sixth in Europe overall), Spain, with a nominal GDP of about $1.5 trillion, was particularly affected by the pandemic. The recovery has been slow. However, the forecast for the year is for 5% growth.

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By Fred QianJul 02, 2021

The carbon peak and carbon-neutrality strategies in China will bring unprecedented green investment demands and huge opportunities in the coming decades. To achieve the goal of carbon neutrality by 2060, it is estimated that $21 trillion ...

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By Christy BrudinJul 01, 2021

Michigan-based Acme Manufacturing delivers complex material removal solutions to global markets through a strong presence on the ground. AMT’s Global Tech Centers have provided proxy hires and tech support to help Acme boost their international presence.

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By Carlos MorteraJun 28, 2021

The news from our neighbors in Latin and South America remains positive. Automakers GM, VW, and Toyota continue to make substantial investments in Brazil while Stihl gears up to meet the increased demand for power equipment. Mexico will have its first ...

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By Arun MahajanJun 21, 2021

Since the second week of May, the effects of India’s COVID-19 resurgence that has held the world’s attention have subsided. The lockdowns are easing, and local businesses are opening again.

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By Edward ChristopherJun 17, 2021

The ADB still predicts India’s GDP will rebound strongly at 11% in FY 2021 due to continued economic recovery stimulated by increased public investment, the vaccine rollout, and the surge in domestic demand.

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By Peter R. EelmanJun 16, 2021

AMT international staff reported enthusiasm from attendees for all things manufacturing, from improvements in foundational manufacturing on an incremental scale to the radical innovations that enable our industry to take giant leaps.

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By Hubert SawickiJun 11, 2021

In this week’s edition, we focus on France, with a few other general EU considerations. As the third largest economy in Europe, and the seventh in the world, France is not all about food. Their manufacturing PMI is hovering around 59 and relies heavily...

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