Querétaro strengthens ties with Spain
QUERETARO, QRO – The governor of Queretaro, Mauricio Kuri Gonzalez, held a meeting with the ambassador of Spain in Mexico, Juan Lopez-Doriga Perez, where they agreed to continue collaborating to strengthen the ties that unite the state with the Iberian country.
It is worth mentioning that the state president recently toured European countries in order to attract foreign investment to Querétaro, where he concluded negotiations with the automotive company Brose, which announced a capital investment of US20.2 million to strengthen its operations in the state.
According to the Data Mexico platform, during the first semester of 2021, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Queretaro was around US$342 million, with Spanish companies injecting the largest amount of capital in the state, with US$101 million; followed by the United States, with US$96.8 million, and Canada, with US$72.9 million.
The meeting was attended by the economic and commercial counselor of the Spanish Embassy in Mexico, Álvaro Pastor; the general director of CAMESCOM, Joana Torrents; the chief of staff, Rogelio Vega Vázquez Mellado; the Chief of Staff, Mario Ramírez Retolaza; the secretaries of Private Affairs, Josué Guerrero Trápala; of Sustainable Development, Marco Antonio Del Prete Tercero; and the representative of the Executive Power of the state in Mexico City, Paloma Palacios González.