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Manufacturing in Mexico Conference. Near-Shoring - Maquiladoras - Site Selection. Las Vegas, Nevada. May 19-20, 2011. Bellagio. Why invest in Mexico:. Importance and Performance of. the Auto Parts Industry. NATIONAL AUTOMOTIVE PARTS MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION IN MEXICO. Mexico Overview.

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  1. ManufacturinginMexicoConference Near-Shoring-Maquiladoras-SiteSelection LasVegas,Nevada May19-20,2011 Bellagio

  2. WhyinvestinMexico: ImportanceandPerformanceof theAutoPartsIndustry NATIONALAUTOMOTIVEPARTSMANUFACTURERSASSOCIATIONINMEXICO

  3. MexicoOverview •Afreemarketeconomyinthetrilliondollarclass. •Amixtureofmodernandoutmodedindustryand agriculture,increasinglydominatedbytheprivatesector. •Recentadministrationshaveexpandedcompetitionin seaports,railroads,telecommunications,electricity generation,naturalgasdistribution,andairports. •Percapitaincomeisroughlyone-thirdthatoftheUS. Source:TheWolrdFactbook,CIA Source:Promexico,SE

  4. WhyMexico AccordingtotheInternationalBank forReconstructionandDevelopment, comparedtoglobalgoodpractice economyaswellasselected economies:Mexicoisranked35out of183economiesforDoingBusiness. EasyofdoingBusiness,Global 134 115 ProtectingInvestors,Global Ranking 93 Rank 109 79 44 44 28 43 35 16 18 1 Source:DoingBusinessinMexico,2011,TheWorlsBank 1

  5. WhyMexico:changestobusinessregulation “Mexicolaunchedanonlineone-stopshopforinitiating businessregistration.Mexicoimprovedconstruction permittingbymergingandstreamliningproceduresrelated tozoningandutilities.Mexicoincreasedtaxeson companiesbyraisingseveraltaxrates,includingthe corporateincometaxandtherateoncashdeposits.Atthe sametime,theadministrativeburdenwasreducedslightly withmoreoptionsforonlinepaymentandincreaseduseof accountingsoftware.” Source:DoingBusinessinMexico,2011,TheWorlsBank

  6. PresentationStructure 1.ImportanceofAutoandAutoPartsSectorinMexico 1.Interdependence 2.Networkoftradeagreements 2.TerminalIndustry 3.AutoPartsIndustry 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. TradeBalance ProductionValue Employment VehiclePark DemandStructure 4.INA’sPresentation

  7. TheMexicanautomotiveindustry •Historically,theautomobileindustryhasbeenastrategic sectorfordevelopmentinMexico.Itsshareinthenational economyplacesitasthesecondmostimportantindustryin Mexico,onlyprecededbytheoilindustry. •Withavastinfrastructureandover1,250autoparts companies,theMexicanautomobilesectoristhe9th largestvehicleproducerintheworld,andanimportant platformformanufacturingglobalproductstothehighest standardsofqualityandsafety.

  8. IndustrialPolicy •TheMexicanGovernmentseesthenewhigherqualityand ecologicalstandardsasadevelopmentopportunity. •Topushimpetustowardsmoreaddedvalueactivities (engineering,productdesign,testingandR&D),Mexican Governmentprovidessupporttoattractnewinvestments andtofacilitateoperationofcompaniesalreadyestablished inthecountry. •Highsupportforinvestmentprojectsthatpromote innovationandtechnologicaldevelopment. •Mexicooffersincentives,includingjobtrainingandtax creditsonR&Dandinnovationprojects.

  9. ProgramstosupporttheAutomotiveIndustry •Decreetosupportcompetitivenessoftheautomotiveindustry. –Itgrantsbenefits(customs,tariffs,governmentpurchases)forthe manufacturingofnewlightvehicles. •FundtoSupportMicro,SmallandMediumEnterprise(FondoPyME). –Supportsprojectsthatpromotethecreation,development, consolidationandcompetitivenessofsmallandmedium enterprises.Largecompaniesthatcontributedirectlyorindirectlyto theseactivitiescouldalsoapplyforbenefits. •PROMEXICOFund. –Hasanactiveroleattractingdirectforeigninvestmentbysupporting projectsthatpromoteeconomicdevelopment.

  10. Importanceoftheautomotivesector •Thetransportationequipment manufacturingaccountedfor 18%ofmanufacturingGDP • • Employmentgeneratedbythe autoindustryrepresents10% ofmanufacturingemployment Theautomotivesectorexports represent23%oftotalexports

  11. DesignandEngineeringCenters DesignCenterNumber:31 Academy/ResearchInstitutes:14 Enterprises:17 Qualifiedworkforce •Mexicohasover750thousand engineeringandtechnologystudents. •Everyyear,90thousandengineeringand technologystudentsgraduate. •Mexicanuniversitiesoffermorethan900 graduateprogramsrelatedto engineeringandtechnology. Centerfor Automotive DesignModels, Mexicali,B.C EngineeringandVirtualDesign Center,CuautitlánEdodeMéxico TechnologyDevelopmentCenter andpartdesign,Puebla,Pbla TestingCenter(Lab.emissions testinglaboratory) Manzanillo,Colima TestingCenter, Capuán,Michoacán EngineeringandDesignCenter, Toluca,EdodeMéxico Source:INAwithSEandAT KearnyInformation EngineeringandDesignCenter, Toluca,EdodeMéxico TechnologyDevelopmentCenterandLab EmissionsAnalysis,Toluca,EdodeMéxico

  12. InterdependencyThroughValueAddedChain NORTHAMERICA,EUROPE,ASIA,AUSTRALIA CHRYSLER,FORD,GM, TOYOTA,NISSAN,VW,HONDA,ETC SUPPLIERSTIERONE(SYSTEME&ASSEMBLES) RBOSCH,DELPHI,MAGNA, CONTINENTAL,JOHNSON CONTROLS,ETC NEMAK,KUO,SANLUISRASSINI, METALSA,BOCAR,VITRO,CIFUNSA, OTHERSUPPLIERS&RAWMATERIALS(30,000PARTS) STEELS,PLASTICSRESINS,COOPER, ALUMINUM&OTHERSERVICES&SUPPLIES FORGINGS,FOUNDRIES,PLASTICS,ETC

  13. Tradeagreementsnetwork Mexicohaspreferentialaccessto12freetradeagreementswith44 countrieswithapopulationofover1billionpeople . 18days 12days 4days 27APPRI’s 12FTA’s 6ACE’s

  14. ForeignTrade • SincetheimplementationoftheNorthAmericanFreeTradeAgreement (NAFTA)in1994,Mexico'sshareofUSimportshasincreasedfrom7%to12%, anditsshareofCanadianimportshasdoubledto5%.Mexicohasfreetrade agreementswithover50countriesincluding,Guatemala,Honduras,El Salvador,theEuropeanFreeTradeArea,andJapan,puttingmorethan90%of tradeunderfreetradeagreements. Source:TheWolrdFactbook,CIA • • Automotivebusinessopportunitiesinthreecontinents(America,Europe,Asia). Mexico'scompetitiveadvantages:askilledlaborforce,logistics,lowcountry risk,businessenvironment ALADI Ecuador ALADI Paraguay ALADI Brasil ALADI ALADI TLCAELC ALADI OMC Cuba Perú Islandia MERCOSUR Liechtenstein TLCAN EUA TLC CostaRica ALADI Uruguay ALADI Argentina TLC Israel Noruega Suiza ALADI TLCG3 TLC TLC TLC ALADI TLC AAE TLC TLCTN GATT 1986 Chile 1992 APEC 1993 OCDE 1994 Colombia* 1995 Nicaragua 1998 Chile 1999 UE 2000 Guatemala 2001 MERCOSUR 2002 Urugay 2004 Japón 2005 Perú 2011 Source:SE

  15. Terminalindustry NATIONALAUTOMOTIVEPARTSMANUFACTURERSASSOCIATIONINMEXICO

  16. 2009globalproduction In2009,Mexicowasthe10thplaceworldwideinproduction 2009PRODUCTIONSTATISTICS RkgCountry 1China 2Japan 3UnitedState 4Germany 5SouthKoea 6Brazil CarsComercialTotalVar% 10,383,8313,407,16313,790,99448% 6,862,1611,072,3557,934,516-32% 2,246,4703,462,3825,708,852-34% 4,964,523245,3345,209,857-14% 3,158,417354,5093,512,926-8% 2,576,628605,9893,182,617-1% MktShare 22.3% 12.9% 9.3% 8.4% 5.7% 5.2% 7India 2,166,238 466,456 2,632,694 13% 4.3% 8Spain 9France 10Mexico 11Canada 12Iran 13UK 14Thailand 15TchecRep. 16Polonia 17Turkey 18Italy 19Russia 20Belgium Total 1,812,688357,3902,170,078-15% 1,819,462228,1962,047,658-20% 942,876618,1761,561,052-28% 822,267668,3651,490,632-28% 1,359,52035,9011,395,42110% 999,46090,6791,090,139-34% 313,442685,936999,378-28% 967,7606,809974,5693% 819,00065,133884,133-7% 510,931358,674869,605-24% 661,100182,139843,239-18% 595,839126,592722,431-60% 524,59512,510537,354-26% 47,952,99513,761,69461,714,689-14% Fuente:OICAOICA 3.5% 3.3% 2.5% 2.4% 2.3% 1.8% 1.6% 1.6% 1.4% 1.4% 1.4% 1.2% 0.9% 100% Source:

  17. 2010globalproduction In2010,Mexicoisthe9thplaceworldwideinproductionandincreaseditssharefrom 2.5%to3%. 2010PROVISIONALPRODUCTIONSTATISTICS RkgCountry 1China 2Japan 3USA 4Germany 5SouthKorea 6Brazil 7India 8Spain 9Mexico 10France 11Canada 12Thailand 13Iran 14Russia 15UK 16Turkey 17CzechRep. 18Poland 19Italy 20Argentina TOTAL MktShare 23.5% 12.4% 10.0% 7.6% 5.5% 4.7% 4.6% 3.1% 3.0% 2.9% 2.7% 2.1% 2.1% 1.8% 1.8% 1.4% 1.4% 1.1% 1.1% 0.9% 100% CarsComercialTotalVar% 13,897,0834,367,58418,264,66732.40% 8,307,3821,318,5589,625,94021.30% 2,731,1055,030,3387,761,44335.40% 5,552,409353,5765,905,98513.40% 3,866,206405,7354,271,94121.60% 2,828,273820,0853,648,35814.60% 2,814,584722,1993,536,78333.90% 1,913,513474,3872,387,90010.00% 1,390,163954,9612,345,12450.20% 1,922,339305,4032,227,7428.80% 968,8601,102,1662,071,02639.00% 554,3871,090,1261,644,51364.60% 1,367,014232,4401,599,45414.70% 1,208,362194,8821,403,24493.50% 1,270,444123,0191,393,46327.80% 603,394491,1631,094,55725.90% 1,069,5186,8671,076,3859.50% 785,00084,376869,376-1.10% 573,169284,190857,3591.70% 508,401208,139716,54039.70% 58,264,34419,345,55777,609,90126% Fuente:OICAOICA Source:

  18. LightvehicleproductioninMexico Source:INAwithinformationprovidedbyAMIA

  19. HeavyvehicleproductioninMexico OEM 2009 2010Change% TOTAL 56,642 86,197 52% Source:INAwithinformationprovidedbyANPACT

  20. LightVehicleProduction-History&Forecast 3,500,000 130% 110% Themanufactureofvehicleshasgonethroughseveralrecessions,the deepestamongthemwasin1982-1983and2008-2009. Forecast In2009,theautomotivesectorsufferedacontractionof-29%invehicle 3,000,000 assembly,whichwasrecoveredin2010withagrowthof50%. Itisexpectedthatlightvehicleproductionwillremainconstantin2011, growing5%in2012and12%in2013. 90% 70% 50% 30% 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 10% 1,000,000 -10% 500,000 -30% 0 -50% 1950 1952 1954 1956 1958 1960 1962 1964 1966 1968 1970 1972 1974 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 VehicleProduction(Units)AnnualGrowthRate Source:INAwithinformationprovidedbyCIEMEX-WEFA,AMIA,ANPACTyCSMAutoWorldwideyGlobalInsight

  21. Autopartsindustry NATIONALAUTOMOTIVEPARTSMANUFACTURERSASSOCIATIONINMEXICO

  22. Autopartscompanies:globaltop20 2009WorldRanking FirstbyCountry Company Country Country Company WorldRanking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DensoCorp. RobertBoschGmbH AisinSeikiCo. ContinentalAG MagnaInternationalInc. LGChemLtd. Faurecia JohnsonControlsInc. DelphiHoldingLLP Japan Germany Japan Germany Canada S.Korea France USA USA Japan Germany Canada S.Korea France USA Italy Sweden UnitedKingdom DensoCorp. RobertBoschGmbH MagnaInternationalInc. LGChemLtd. Faurecia JohnsonControlsInc. MagnetiMarelliS.p.A. AutolivInc. GKNDriveline 1 2 5 6 7 8 24 28 53 10ZFFriedrichshafenAG 11TRWAutomotiveInc. 12HyundaiMobis Germany USA Korea Mexico Switzerland Netherlands Nemak HoneywellTransportationSystems RoyalPhilipsElectronics 63 69 75 13ValeoSA 14ToyotaBoshokuCorp. France Japan 15LearCorp. 16YazakiCorp. 17SumitomoElectricIndustriesLtd. 18BASFSE 19HitachiAutomotiveSystemsLtd. 20BentelerAutomobiltechnikGmbH USA Japan Japan Germany Japan Germany InMexico areinstalledthemostimportant companiesworldwide Source:TOP100GlobalOEMpartsSuppliers2009,Ernst&Young,June2010

  23. Structureofautomotivemanufacturing FOREIGN COMPANIES NATIONAL COMPANIES 100% 18 OEM 70% 1,260 30% AUTOPART MANUFACTURER FIRSTTIER PROVIDERS:365 Source:SE,INEGI&INA 22

  24. Mexicanautopartstradebalance •Imports2010:$27,821millionofusd •Exports2010:$37,996millionofusd Thetradebalanceremainsinsurplus.

  25. Mexico’sPartners:Exports Twomajorpartners: -UnitedStatesreceived90%ofexports -Canadareceived4% USDMillion Change% MktShare Rking Country2010 2009 20082010-20092010-2008 20102009 2008 0--ElMundo-- $37,996.49 - $26,012.76 $35,866.3846%6% 100.0%100.0% 100.0% 1UnitedStates$34,151.04 $23,519.92 $32,810.7545%4% 89.9% 90.4% 91.5% 2Canada$1,354.83 3Germany$284.86 $826.79 $208.98 $761.4664%78% $336.2236%-15% 3.6%3.2% 0.7%0.8% 2.1% 0.9% 5Japan $264.14 $168.69 $218.09 57% 21% 0.7% 0.6% 0.6% 4Brazil-$297.77 $168.64 $227.8577% 31% 0.8%0.6% 0.6% 6UK$166.62 $60.71 $99.37174%68% 0.4%0.2% 0.3% 7China- 8Australia- 9Colombia- $183.55 $166.90 $91.27 $149.41 $155.41 $59.98 $165.3323%11% $234.037%-29% $72.0552%27% 0.5%0.6% 0.4%0.6% 0.2%0.2% 0.5% 0.7% 0.2% 11Thailand$43.70 $16.57 $21.53164%103% 0.1%0.1% 0.1% 12Argentina- 13Guatemala- $77.65 $59.63 $30.72 $47.66 $29.49153%163% $57.2425%4% 0.2%0.1% 0.2%0.2% 0.1% 0.2% 10Spain$42.40 $30.11 $72.7541%-42% 0.1%0.1% 0.2% 14Venezuela- 15CostaRica- $65.48 $47.23 $66.82 $36.77 $78.38-2%-16% $42.5228%11% 0.2%0.3% 0.1%0.1% 0.2% 0.1% Source:INAwithWorldTradeAtlasinformation

  26. Mexico’sPartners:Imports U.S.provides60% China10%Japan8%CanadaandGermany5% USDMillion Change% MktShare RkingCountry2010 2009 20082010-20092010-2008 201020092008 0--ElMundo-- $27,821.40 - $21,310.95 $28,447.3731%-2% 100.0%100.0%100.0% 1UnitedStates$15,660.57 $11,071.39 $15,672.9741%0% 56.3% 52.0%55.1% 2China- $2,726.41 $2,203.88 $2,399.4624%14% 9.8%10.3%8.4% 3Japan$2,289.58 $1,807.31 $2,532.5627%-10% 8.2%8.5%8.9% 5Canada $1,433.44 $990.79 $1,110.26 45% 29% 5.2% 4.6% 3.9% 4Germanu$1,287.33 $1,840.99 $1,683.10-30%-24% 4.6%8.6% 5.9% 6SouthKorea$880.41 $588.65 $834.7050%5% 3.2%2.8%2.9% 7Brazil-$726.90 $819.04 $1,153.55-11% -37% 2.6%3.8%4.1% 8Taiwan- $359.82 $249.91 $411.0644%-12% 1.3%1.2%1.4% 9Italy$222.10 11France$206.44 12Spain$189.72 13Thailand$188.09 $141.16 $151.05 $142.50 $143.02 $236.8457%-6% $264.6837%-22% $251.9133%-25% $210.0432%-10% 0.8%0.7%0.8% 0.7%0.7%0.9% 0.7%0.7%0.9% 0.7%0.7%0.7% 10India-$179.04 $100.19 $122.1979% 47% 0.6%0.5%0.4% 14UK$139.86 $122.02 $202.3915%-31% 0.5%0.6%0.7% 15Malasia- $121.34 $70.13 $57.1673%112% 0.4%0.3%0.2% Source:INAwithWorldTradeAtlasinformation

  27. UnitedStatesPartners NAFTAistheprincipalaautopartsupplierfor theUnitedStateswithalmost50%,Asiaand Europearethenext 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Mexicoremainsthelargestsupplierwith 31%ofimports,willCanadianwith16%, Japanwith13%Chinato11%,Germanywith 7%andBrazil1.4%. Mexico'sparticipationhasincreasedsteadily whilethatofCanadaandJapanhas declined.Chinaisthecountrywhose penetrationhasgrownconsiderablyinthe last10years 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Mexico Canada Japan China Germany Brazil Source:InternationalTradeAdministration

  28. EmploymentinAutomotivePartsSector Employmentinmanufacturinggrew4.8%in thelastmonthof2010comparedtothe levelofDecember2009.2008(-9%). . 531,543jobswerereportedIiDecember2010, representing17%morethaninDecember2009 and9%morethaninDecember2008. Onaverage501,024jobswerecreatedin2010 to441,098in2009(+14%)and549,096in2008 Source:INAwithEIMAinformation,INEGI

  29. AutomotivePartsProductionValues $7,000,000 100% AutopartsValueProduction (trimestral,thousandoifusd) 80% $6,000,000 60% $5,000,000 40% $4,000,000 20% $3,000,000 0% $2,000,000 -20% Fuente:INAcondatosdeEIMA,INEGI $1,000,000 $- -40% -60% Cifrasdefinitivas 3rotrim10 1ertrim05 3ertrim05 1ertrim06 3ertrim06 1ertrim07 3ertrim07 1ertrim08 3ertrim08 1ertrim09 3ertrim09 1ertrim10 Source:INAwithEIMAinformation,INEGI

  30. AutomotivePartsValueProductionbySystem Afterthecrisisin2009,theautopartsindustryhasrecovered,exceeding2008levelsby6% and2009levelsby50% Jan-Dec 2010 $9,416,729 $8,077,016 $7,715,261 $5,513,124 $4,840,733 $2,910,856 $2,360,634 $2,058,594 $1,992,908 $1,770,124 $1,389,420 $1,225,211 $1,033,997 $890,064 $236,123 $12,739,711 $61,975,611 Jan-Dec 2009 $5,814,841 $4,764,627 $6,091,178 $3,865,059 $3,159,960 $1,928,587 $2,110,693 $1,321,928 $1,498,337 $1,393,334 $1,190,152 $858,244 $667,453 $676,394 $252,098 $5,634,156 $41,227,040 Jan-Dec 2008 $7,140,616 $7,793,453 $8,911,336 $5,119,142 $4,532,546 $2,539,011 $2,541,770 $1,877,218 $2,521,448 $1,834,909 $2,173,405 $1,061,990 $1,236,496 $884,671 $358,193 $7,768,614 $58,294,816 ValueinThousandsofDollars Transmissions,ClutchanditsParts EngineParts ElectricParts GasolineEngines CarpetsandSeats Suspension,DirectionanditsParts Oil,LubricantsandVehicleLiquids StampedanditsParts AutomotiveAccessoriesandParts Tires VehicleBodies VehicleRubberProducts BrakesanditsParts Glass,CrystalandWindshields Cooling Other TOTAL Change(%) 10-09 62% 70% 27% 43% 53% 51% 12% 56% 33% 27% 17% 43% 55% 32% -6% 126% 50% Change(%) 10-08 32% 4% -13% 8% 7% 15% -7% 10% -21% -4% -36% 15% -16% 1% -34% 64% 6% Source:INAwithEIMAinformation,INEGI

  31. AutomotivePartsValueProduction Source:INAwithEIMAinformation,INEGI

  32. AutomotivePartsDemandStructure BillionofUSD 2010 2009 2008 100% 61% 39% $61.97 $37.99 $26.59 $7.60 $3.80 $23.98 $16.79 $7.19 $27.82 $19.47 $8.35 $89.79 $41.20 $26.01 $18.21 $5.20 $2.60 $15.70 $10.99 $4.71 $21.31 $14.92 $6.39 $62.51 $58.30 $35.90 $25.13 $7.18 $3.59 $22.40 $15.68 $6.72 $28.44 $19.91 $8.53 $86.74 AutopartsValueProduction Exports OEM Supplier1stlevel-Tier1 Aftermarket Domestic Market OEM Aftermarket Importaciones OEM Aftermarket TotalDemand Source:INA

  33. VehiclesonroadinMexico Nationalmarket: 28marksforlightvehicles 12brandsofheavyvehicles Morethan500models AgeTransportationVehicles 16yearoldistheaverageage 12millionvehiclesontheroadareover16 yearsold Figuresinmillionsofunits Nota:Lascifrasnoincluyenvehículosusados importadosdesdeEstadosUnidosyCanadá RangeofAge VehiclesSoldNew Importedusedfrom U.S.andCanada Total (millionsof %ofvehicle perrange units 10years 11-15years 16-20years 21-30years 31andmore Total 11.1(46%) 2.4(10%) 3.1(13%) 4.1(17%) 3.7(15%) 24.5(100%) 2.5(42%) 1.8(30%) 1.5(26%) 0.1(2%) 0.01(0%) 6(100%) 13.6 4.2 4.6 4.2 3.7 30.3 45% 14% 14% 15% 12% 100% Note:importofusedvehiclesinclude onlylegalvehiclesfordefinitiveuse Source:INAwithinformationprovidedbyAMIA,ANPACTandSAT

  34. Objectives Strengthenthedomesticmarketaswellastheexportmarket •Renewalofvehicles •Investmentattraction •FreeTradeAgreements DevelopingInnovationandTechnology •SystemsandComponents • Vehicles BeaGlobalManufacturingCenter •GeographicLocation •AutomotiveManufacturingExperience •Realcompetitiveness •SupplierDevelopment

  35. MissionoftheAssociation Development and Competitiveness Synergy and Profitability Representativeness INDUSTRIANACIONALDEAUTOPARTES,A.C.

  36. VisionoftheAssociation Strategic WellKnown Vision Alliances Competitiveness

  37. Relationships Academy •National •International Houseof Government •Federal •Local Industry Representatives •Senators •Deputies • • • • OEM´S Autoparts Clústers Others NATIONALAUTOMOTIVEPARTSMANUFACTURERSASSOCIATIONINMEXICO

  38. SpecialEvents

  39. Thankyou!! www.ina.org.mx www.ciiam.com www.expoina.mx www.electraton.com.mx E-mail:ina@infoina.com Phone:(+5255)56825862 Comptroller:Ext.106 EconomicStudies:Ext.120 ForeignTradeandNorms:Ext.124 SpecialEventsandMemberSupport:Ext.118 38 NATIONALAUTOMOTIVEPARTSMANUFACTURERSASSOCIATIONINMEXICO

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