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Topic - Jesus Mesta Delgado
The key, he added, rests in the region's ability to attract what are known as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) — brand-name companies that not only make parts, but also buy components from other firms.
"What we're planning to do is to make Chihuahua a one-stop city," Mr. Mesta Delgado said. "In the U.S., you'd have to travel to seven different cities to do what we're trying to make possible right here."