Metal mining is strongly anchored in Mexico’s history and has been a great pillar in the economic and social growth of many rural areas, where the presence and investment of the federal and state governments is minimal.

In Latin America, sources of employment and production are concentrated in urban centers, where consumers are and the best infrastructure and service conditions are offered to set up and operate an industry. Rural areas do not normally offer the conditions for an industry to establish itself and offer jobs. As a result, there is little competition for human talent and wages are low.


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