INTERVIEW-Mexico holds high-flying prospects for German firms


* Industry group says Mexico offers way out of strong euro * Business outlook bright for next few years - CAMEXA By Dave Graham MEXICO CITY, March 25 (Reuters) - Mexico's aeronautics sector holds bright growth potential for German industry, sections of which are working at "full tilt" in Latin America's second-biggest economy, a leading business association said. Johannes Hauser, managing director of the German-Mexican chamber of commerce (CAMEXA), said German manufacturers saw good ...

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