Mexico's aviation has a bright future: IATA
The number of passengers traveling by plane in Mexico will grow at an average rate of 4.1% each year in the upcoming years, estimated the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The President and General Director of IATA, Tony Tyler, assured that therefore, perspectives for Mexican aviation ...
SEDESU prepares express mission to France and Great Britain
Officers from the Ministry of Sustainable Development (SEDESU) in Queretaro, are preparing a trade mission to France and Great Britain, looking for business opportunities in industries such as aeronautics and automotive, besides attracting and increasing FDI capture in the State, said Marco Antonio ...
Queretaro, third State with the most aeronautic industry
Queretaro is the third State in Mexico that has the most aeronautic firms operating. Baja California tops the list, with 74 companies; second comes Sonora, with 54, and then Queretaro, with 31 companies, as stated in a research paper entitled "Situación Regional Sectorial" by BBVA Bancomer. Mexico ...
Canada represents business relation worth over US$20,000 million: Guajardo
When pointing out that Canada today represents for Mexico a commercial relation worth over US$20,000 million, the Ministry of Economy, Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, remarked the fundamental importance of generating the necessary reliability in the country to keep on strengthening these investments....
Queretaro will surpass the estimated growth rate: Coparmex
The conditions to surpass the estimated 5% growth rate in the State are prevalent, along with the State Government's expectations to create 30 thousand new jobs during this year, assured the president of the Mexican Employers' Confederation (Coparmex), Dario Malpica Basurto. "Companies are still arr...

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