Infrastructure brings industry to Texas

The rapid development of shale gas in the U.S. has allowed industrial manufacturing to once again be competitive in North America. In the early days of the shale gas boom, major corporations like ArcelorMittal and Ternium strategically chose to construct their industrial plants in neighboring Mex...

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