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Ford’s Hermosillo plant derailed by protests; COVID-19 recovery going slowly

Cons. Discr. - Autos 939 Coronavirus 415 Mexico 725 Mode - Rail 83 U.S. 4574

Protests by the Yaqui Indigenous communities of Sonora, Mexico are disrupting cross-border trade with the U.S. including the operations of Ford Motor’s plant at Hermosillo. Ford’s Mexican operations imported $1.57 billion of parts in the 12 months to June 30, led by $674 million of powertrain systems. The firm had already faced significant disruptions resulting from factory closures linked to COVID-19. While imports of parts from the U.S. started to recover in June compared to May they were still down by 65.7% year over year in June. Total Mexican imports of parts from the U.S. by all fi...

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