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  • Executive from Probitas Group: “Mexico has a good image to invest”

    Saltillo, Coahuila.- In spite of the lack of safety perceived abroad about Mexico, which scares American businessmen so much, our country is nowadays very attractive for investment and this is proved by a marked interest on investing here, Eduardo Covarrubias, a businessman from Saltillo from Probitas Group, said to a local newspaper. Interviewed before returning to his headquarters in New York, Eduardo said that the banking institution he represents works hand in hand with an important investment fund “Global Fund Securities”. “What we do is procuring capital for medium companies operating in Mexico, looking for financial support through venture capital”. “This is where we see that Mexico’s image to invest is very positive, because there are results and big companies keep on arriving to Mexico, generating signs of trust. Also, leaders meetings held here, such as G20, give much more confidence that things are going well here”.
    Source: Vanguardia | Date: 28/06/2012