Linares will become a magnet for more foreign investment, including an auto assembler, revealed Rolando Zubirán Robert, while touring said town.
The Secretary of Economic Development of Nuevo Leon, said that this will be possible after the introduction of gas into the area, which will allow the economic recovery in the region.
As part of his visit to this town, the functionary along with the mayor of Linares, Jose Roque González, opened "La Casa Amarilla", property restored by the constructor Maiz Transforma and will serve to give attention to investors.
"We want Linares to be a strategic pole, the idea is to take either an auto assembly plant or a large anchor company to reactivate economic activity in the field of manufacturing.
We are working on it, Linares is the next pole in development of the state, the arrival of gas changes everything, "he said.
He was also in Sabinas Hidalgo, where through a brigade he met with 70 entrepreneurs, in order to register them to the program Hecho in Nuevo Leon.
He highlighted the potential that will help it become a platform to attract up to $ 50 billion of foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2015, resulting from the opening of the energy reform.
"It has the location and human capital, schools and all to position itself as a logistics header to the energy issue, in order to supply to the part of Pyme and exploration in Burgos," he said.
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