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With the trade war between the United States and China looming, manufacturing companies that are being affected in some way by the imposition of escalating additional tariffs on imported Chinese goods under Section 301, are looking for effective ways to avoid or reduce these tariffs to remain competitive. A number of manufactures, importers, and exporters know that these additional costs will cut into their profit and are now evaluating a co-production model as the best way to protect their bottom-line profitability.

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CETYS Universidad, Baja California, has recently signed an agreement for collaboration with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU), to strengthen the program of the Masters degree in Engineering and Innovation, thus establishing courses for

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