Investment

Chetumal attracting interest from the industrial sector
The State government has secured projects to establish four companies in the Quintana Roo Industrial Park with Strategic Customs Post currently under construction in the Belize border. The State is expecting to receive investment valued at US$10 million. One of the companies that will be arriving so...
Chihuahua looking to attract foreign investment
Chihuahua is looking to attract foreign investment to offer jobs with better salary and development opportunities, informed the Industrial Director of the Secretary of Innovation and Economic Development (SIDE). There is going to be a considerable economic rebound in the State in the next trimesters...
China "raises hand" to establish business with Veracruz
The chief representative of the Chinese Council to Promote International Trade (CCPIT), Zhang Chao, stated that Chinese businessmen want to invest in infrastructure for Veracruz, besides planning to import agri-food products from Veracruz. This is the information so far, there are not any investment...
China ready to bet on Mexico
The Mexican Entrepreneurial Council of Foreign Commerce announced the advance of commerce exchange between these two Countries, which has increased since 2015 and has reached US$80 billion. Yaogang Chen, CEO of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, comments that: “Despite what is going on in th...
China recapitalizes Mexican firms
Companies from China have started a silent capitalization of 900 Mexican firms dedicated to commerce, manufacture, services, industry and services in Mexico City, the State of Mexico, Jalisco and Baja California. Sergio Ley Lopez, President of the Entrepreneurial Section for the Asia and Oceania Reg...
China to become established in Guerrero
Hector Astudillo Flores, Governor of Guerrero, received Chinese investors, who have plans to establish headquarters in the State. In 2016, authorities from the State met with the Chinese ambassador in Mexico, Qiu Xiaoqi, and a group of entrepreneurs from this country in the touristic zone of Troncon...
Chinese autoparts manufacturer looks for land to build factory in Mexico
Chinese auto parts manufacturer Huizhou Toneluck Electro-Mechanics revealed plans to set up a plant in Mexico aimed to expand its sales in North America. The company’s managing director, Huang Zihong, told China Daily about plans to spend an initial US$ 7.3 million on the new factory, adding that...
Chinese investment arriving to Tijuana
Chinese investment valued at US$ 5 million was secured with the arrival of a new company to be installed by late 2017 in Tijuana, reported the Entrepreneurial Organization for Economic Industrial Development in Tijuana (DEITAC). DEITAC's investment promoter, Irlanda Gil, explained that, to honor the...
Chinese investment in Mexico clearly on the rise
The total volume of commerce between Mexico and China reached US$80 billion in 2015, informed the Mexican Entrepreneurial Council of Foreign Commerce (COMCE). “Despite the current situation in the U.S., the Mexico-China relation has a positive outlook for 2017 and the communication could increase....
Cisco readies US$ 4 billion to secure contracts with manufacturers in Mexico
San Jose, CA-based technology company Cisco Systems is investing US$ 4 billion in Mexico over the next couple of years to upgrade its factories and increase production, Bloomberg reports, citing sources.  The investments would involve securing contracts with manufacturers, rather than spending mo...
Clariant expanding its plant in Coatzacoalcos
Swiss Chemical Specialty Company, Clariant, has completed the expansion of its plant in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, thus increasing by 15% its production capacity. The Company informed that the construction works took two years, which will widen the Company's margin of operation to serve its clients, w...
Clusters gamble on technological innovation
Industrial chambers in Tijuana and across the border have estimated growth over 2% in new employment in the mega-region, thanks to the usage of Industry 4.0 oriented technologies, as well as the automation of both equipment and operational processes. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the Cali-Baja...
Coahuila catches investors' attention
The Ministry of Economic Development, Competitiveness and Tourism (SEDECT) will welcome European entrepreneurs from BMW supplying companies during the month of February, as they are planning to invest in Mexico in order to supply auto parts and components for the new plant to be set up in San Luis P...
Coahuila continues attracting investment
American Industries (AI) and Cactus Valley Industrial Park are finalizing details to join forces to attract investment and employment in Coahuila, especially in all of the South Eastern Region. American Industries, one of the main industrial complex developer in Mexico, with headquarters in Chihuah...
Coahuila continues attracting investment
American Industries (AI) and Cactus Valley Industrial Park are finalizing details to join forces to attract investment and employment in Coahuila, especially in all of the South Eastern Region. American Industries, one of the main industrial complex developer in Mexico, with headquarters in Chihuahu...
Coahuila generating 120 economic projects with US$1.2 billion investment
Coahuila is reinforcing its foreign economic promotion policy in 2018. State authorities have expectations to secure more than 120 investment projects over the next two years. Out of the total number of estimated projects for the next 24 months, 18 are likely to start just during the first trimeste...
Coahuila seeks to attract 10 more companies
The Government of the State of Coahuila is expecting to complete the arrival of roughly 10 more companies by December, which would close this 6-year period in office with more than 160,000 jobs to drive economic development, informed the Governor Ruben Moreira Valdez. The Governor highlighted the gr...
Colinas de San Luis already has 30 companies installed
With 30 companies already set up, Colinas de San Luis industrial park is currently operating at 72% of its capacity and has the possibility of opening between 15 and 20 more plants. The complex, which was inaugurated in 2012 and was developed by Grupo Lintel, has companies from Japanese, Spanish and...
Companies from Portugal looking to invest in Nuevo Leon
Portugal's Ambassador in Mexico, Jorge Roza de Oliveira, visited Nuevo Leon to map out opportunities and become familiar with the business environment the state offers, with the purpose of exploring future investment projects for strategic sectors. Portuguese companies like Recicla 2000, Hidraulica ...
Companies from Veracruz ready to serve foreign oil firms
Veracruz is looking to develop its industry of local suppliers for international oil firms which are expected to arrive into the State during 2017, with the opening of the contests for public tendering to extract hydrocarbons off the Gulf of Mexico coastline, informed Alejandro Zairick Morante, Mini...

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