Representatives of companies seem interested in investing in Coahuila and have kept regular communication.
A Business Mission from the State of Coahuila is currently in Korea, as part of a plan to promote the arrival of new investment to generate jobs for Coahuila citizens.
Jose Antonio Gutierrez Jardon, Secretary of Economy Development, Competitiveness and Tourism, is leading the tour.
The Mission reunited with representatives of companies from the metal-mechanic and automotive sectors which seem interested in investing in Coahuila and have kept regular communication.
According to Mr. Gutierrez Jardon, six companies have been visited so far, to showcase the benefits of the State, promoting competitiveness among companies established in Coahuila.
Executives and representatives from ProMexico were also present to oversee the meetings held during this tour.
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