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August 25, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Rockwell to Build Auto Parts Plant in Mexico: The Seal Beach-based company said it will build a 63,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Queretaro to supply door and roof components to Mexico's booming automotive industry. Rockwell currently exports the parts from North America to Chrysler and Volkswagen assembly plants in Mexico. The new plant will employ about 150 people. "We do not anticipate any reductions in employment levels at our current North American plants as a result of this facility," said Ronald L. Roudebush, president of Rockwell's automotive business. Queretaro is 120 miles northwest of Mexico City.

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