Jorge Paredes Guerra, President of Realty World Mexico, commented that in order to turn Nuevo Leon into a Logistic Hub, a more direct connection to the Colombia Bridge is needed, as well as the completion of the railroad arch in the metropolitan zone and the relocation of the railroad terminal out of this area.

KIA Motors announced jointly with the government of Nuevo Leon, that it will be exporting units to 13 distribution points in the U.S. and 15 more in Canada.

The 19 companies that are soon to be established in Tamaulipas, will generate 9,000 new jobs in the State with a US$1.34 billion investment, commented Carlos Talancon Ostos, Minister of Economic Development.

Sanhua Automotive Mexico, a manufacturer of components for the automotive industry with Chinese capital, established its third plant in the city of Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, with investment valued at US$22 million, creating 600 jobs.

A committee from Baja California will participate in the international “Paris Air Show”, with the intention of attracting investment from French companies for the State.



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