By Tayde Aburto / in News / April 29, 2010
Technology and innovation have been driving forces for globalization and increased interconnectivity. Many young Hispanics are in the forefront of this new society. I'm particularly excited to see that trend growing because that means that we will see more Hispanic-owned businesses conducting business online in the next years. A message that we are trying to communicate on a daily basis via the Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce. There is still a lot of work to do but at least, young Hispanics has set the trend. Thank you very much San Diego Business Journal for publishing our article. It motivates us to keep working hard.
Mexico represents a strategic location for the aerospace industry development and has become a natural partner for the manufacture of sensitive products to U.S. national security as well as United Kingdom, Canada and France. With over 40 established firms, the State of Baja California represents a unique opportunity to 35% of companies in Mexico that assemble and manufacture aerospace parts and components. In the State, most of these companies are concentrated in Tijuana and Mexicali. For more information please visit http://www.sedeti.tijuana.gob.mx/aerospace_2010.asp