Growing the Aerospace sector in Mexico requires multilevel agreement between original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), including foreign companies, and national and sub-national governments to stimulate programs and instruments for sector growth. In addition, space for local learning must be cultivated within a process of production organized hierarchically and highly regulated on the international level. The case of the Queretaro cluster is important due to the density of networks created, extensive public-private collaboration, and the emergence of specialized institutions to train and shape highly skilled (professionals and technicians) in the aerospace industry. Ultimately, there remains an important vacuum to fill in the future, in particular, integration of Mexican small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) in the international value chain of the sector.
"Meeting Growth Challenges of Mexico Aerospace: The Queretaro Cluster,"
Space and Defense: Vol. 9:
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