The State is competing with other Mexican states and other countries, aiming to attract foreign investment.
The Minister of Economic Development (SEDECO) of Jalisco, Jose Palacios Jimenez, informed that the State expects to receive $1.1 billion in Foreign Direct Investment (or FDI) for this year.
Mr. Palacios emphasized that they are working very hard to promote the State throughout the world, in order to attract more companies, resulting in new employment sources and economic development for Jalisco.
The State is competing with other Mexican states and other countries, aiming to attract foreign investment, through a good working environment, productivity and commitment of its staff, having a low staff turnover.
Some of the companies that will establish this year will be installed in the Industrial Park Lagos de Moreno and others in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara.
Most of these firms belong to the automotive industry.
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