Tijuana may be site of assembly facility
By Diane Lindquist

June 6, 2007

Tijuana could be getting the first Chinese automotive factory in North America.
Returning from an Asian trade mission last week, Baja California Gov. Eugenio Elorduy Walther released information that a Chinese carmaker plans to invest $300 million to establish an auto assembly factory in the border city that would employ 3,000.

Sergio Tagliaprietra, the state's economic development secretary, said this week that he is unable to provide further details. He declined to identify the company or the vehicle or vehicles it would produce.
“The announcement would come from the business,â€