Spanish firms will invest US$7.5 million in Mexico

Despite the measures from the U.S. threatening to break the balance of the global economy (the wall, stop investment, customs fees of 20%), large Spanish companies such as BBVA, Melia, OHL, FCC, Iberia, Mango o Inditex are still gambling on Mexico, where a large portion of their income is made and growth plans are still standing. 14 Spanish companies, such as, Iberdrola, Sabadell, Acciona, Palladium, Airbus and Santander, prospect to have investment worth roughly US$7.5 billion over the next years to continue growing, while other companies have plans for expansion.