Guanajuato, given the magnitude of this project, created a team that attended the issue and supported Apaseo el Grande in the transition.
The arrival of Toyota’s automotive plant in Guanajuato, in addition to bringing jobs and high level investment for the municipality of Apaseo el Grande, will also bring an unprecedented social and economic change in the state.
The Japanese builder will be located in Caleras de Amexhe; In a 600 hectares space, in which six water wells will be available, two gas pipelines, a federal electricity supply station, in addition to having a privileged connection with Kansas Railway Company, which will be responsible for safely transporting 2019’s Corolla cars from Guanajuato to the world.
A city within another city
The mayor of Apaseo el Grande, Gonzalo Gonzalez Centeno, said that the Japanese company did not make any request for tax exemption. When he was questioned if they will have benefits in terms of taxes or subsidies, he assured they will pay.
According to Adrián Peña Miranda, General Director of Guanajuato’s Housing Commission (Coveg) and a member of the strategic team that will be responsible for shaping a harmonious arrival of Toyota to Apaseo el Grande, something incredible is going to happen in the state: a new city within another city.
In an interview with Sol de León, the state official stressed that Guanajuato, given the magnitude of this project, created a team that attended the issue and supported Apaseo el Grande in the transition.
"The Governor was very concerned about the impact that Toyota will have on Apaseo el Grande;" With this in mind, he then offered to develop a special plan that included Apaseo el Grande, Apaseo el Alto, Celaya and other nearby municipalities, for which the Planning Institute of Guanajuato (Iplaneg) and the Coveg, will internally manage the issue because the construction of thousands of houses was coming without any order and that had to be controlled”.
Source: El Sol de México
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