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Jaime Rodríguez Promotes China Investment in NL

Updated: Aug 9, 2018

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

Nuevo Leon's participation in the China International Import Expo confirmed.

In order to attract Chinese investment to Nuevo León, the State Governor, Jaime Rodríguez Calderón held a meeting in Mexico City with the Ambassador of this Asian country, Qiu Xiaoqi.

During the meeting, he highlighted the advantages of Nuevo León as an investment destination, among which are the more than 150 industrial parks, the largest railway infrastructure in the country; besides the International Bridge Colombia, with a daily capacity of 12 thousand trucks, which connects directly with highway 1-35 with the

United States.

In addition, he confirmed the participation of Nuevo León in the China International Import Expo (CIIE) to be held from November 5 to 10 in Shanghai, which seeks to promote entrepreneurs in the entity to be suppliers of the second largest economy of the world.

CIIE is the most prestigious meeting point with Chinese importers / buyers, the largest consumer market in the world.

It is expected the participation of companies from 100 countries and regions, and 150 thousand professional Chinese and foreign buyers.

Aware of the advantages and committed to the economic growth of the state, Rodríguez Calderón extended an invitation to receive a group of Chinese businessmen on a work tour in Nuevo León, so that they could witness the advantages of doing business in the state.

At the end of the meeting, a working table was established to follow up on the agreements, which will be coordinated by the Representative Office of the Government of the State of Nuevo León and the Governor's office.

Nuevo León is the national leader in foreign direct investment since the signing of the Free Trade Agreement in 1994 with an accumulated of 51.4 billion dollars, and is chosen by international companies such as Kia, Lego and Ternium.

The entity has the geographic and logistical position to be offered as an important partner for the second strongest commercial power in the world.


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