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Database will be gathered to attract investment to Juarez

Admin | 17.01.2013

In order to help revert the drop in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) faced by the State of Chihuahua, the Vice-ministry of the Economy, North Zone, will prepare an Economic Indicators Database to help give investors the information required to make decisions.

In order to help revert the drop in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) faced by the State of Chihuahua, the Vice-ministry of the Economy, North Zone, will prepare an Economic Indicators Database to help give investors the information required to make decisions.

According to data from the State Ministry of the Economy, Foreign Investment has been going down for two years now.

FDI fell 11.5%, going from US$747.98 million in the first three quarters of 2011 to US$661.62 million in even term in 2012.

A year before, FDI had dropped 40.19% going from US$1.250 billion in the first three quarters of 2010 to the US$747.98 million received in even term in 2011.

Javier Sanchez Carlos, Chihuahua State Deputy Secretary of Economy for the North Zone, said that they are already preparing an Economic Indicators Database so that investors have information that provides for a clear outlook and the best decisions to establish their companies here.

He said that this is important due to the start of projects, strategies and public policies which purpose is fostering investment and employment.

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