Mexico’s Manufacturing Sector Booming Thanks to Infrastructure Development
In a move that is exactly surprising to industry leaders and economic growth experts, Mexico’s manufacturing sector is bringing back jobs to North America that left the continent for China in the 1990s and 2000s. What is partially responsible for the boom, other than the industriousness of Mexicans and their solid work ethic, is the Spanish-speaking country’s concerted effort to ensure that infrastructure can provide the factories with inexpensive and plentiful energy along with the transportation networks to get the manufactured goods to market.