[:en]Competitiveness and the slow agony of a real Mexican industry[:es]Competitividad y la lenta agonía de la verdadera industria Mexicana[:]

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ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELA
THE BAJA POST/EDITOR

With the “giveaway” attitude that maquila industry associations directors and executives, such as Salvador Maese, President of INDEX (Maquila Association of Mexicali), who represents the interests and estate of the global corporate giants, the AUTHENTIC MEXICAN INDUSTRY withers and dies, totally vanquished by the global assault of countries such as Japan, Germany, Korea and the United States of America.

As a matter of fact, Mexico has become a country which sells labor (cheap or expensive) and then surges the term “MANUFACTURE BONUS” as part of a discourse that justifies the use of Mexican labor to offer it to global corporations and, according to Economic Development Cooperation Organization (OCDE in Spanish) Director Alejandro Martinez Yllescas, on his visit to Mexicali for the COMPETITIVENESS FORUM which was organized and held by Representative Luz Argelia Paniagua.

MANUFACTURE BONNUS as an expression thought in some THINK TANK  to explain or justify the manner in which the maquila industry has arrived to Mexico and bumped out Mexicali industry, even before  NAFTA but now more emphatically, for an organization such as the OCDE it seems more important to develop this schematic of labor sale than to really beget an authentic national industry a concept which agonizes trying to confront the stubbornness of those who benefit themselves and their groups with the constant flow of global corporations to Mexico.[:es]

ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELA
THE BAJA POST/EDITOR

Ante el entreguismo de dirigentes de asociaciones maquiladoras, como es el caso de Salvador Maese (Presidente de los maquiladores de Mexicali) quien a través de INDEX representa los intereses de corporativos globales, la industria mexicana LA AUTENTICA INDUSTRIA MEXICANA languidece y muere ante el embate global de países como Japón, Alemania, Corea y los propios Estados Unidos.

Ante el cuestionamiento de que México se ha ido convirtiendo en un país que vende mano de obra (barata o no) surge el término “BONO MANUFACTURERO” como parte de un discurso que justifica el uso de la mano de obra mexicana para ofertarla a los corporativos globales, y así lo dijo Alejandro Martínez Yllescas en el marco de su visita a Mexicali para el FORO de COMPETITIVIDAD organizado por la Diputada Luz Argelia Paniagua Figueroa.

BONO MANUFACTURERO como una expresión ideada en algún “think tank” para explicar o justificar la manera en que la industria maquiladora ha llegado a México y ha desplazado a la industria mexicana, desde antes del TLCAN pero ahora con mayor razón, para una organización como la OCDE pareciera más importante desarrollar este esquema de venta de mano de obra que desarrollar la industria nacional, concepto que agoniza ante la cerrazón de quienes se benefician con la llegada de estas empresas a México.[:]

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