Mexico is a vital ally of Germany
German companies are willing to increase their investment in Mexico, a nation that has seen 1,700 firms invest $15 billion so far.
According to the German Ambassador, Viktor Eibling, Mexico is one of the best countries in Latin America to invest, and at least 7 out of every 10 German companies in this country, reassert their confidence in Mexican economy.
Mexico is a vital ally of Germany, said the officer, as corporations from this European country are characterized by their strategy-based decision making and "This Latin American country is already becoming Germany's first commercial associate in the region, even on top of Brazil".
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