The state holds a portfolio of investment with over 40 projects to be completed within the next three years.
The Office of the General Direction of Economy in the state holds a portfolio of investment with over 40 projects to be completed within the next three years, specified Ramón Alfaro Gómez, head of the department.
"We have the compromise to announce by August 31st, projects worth over US$1,200 million, related to 10 new investment programs, roughly".
The most immediate investment is $38 million allotted by the Japanese corporation Chiyoda, that will start building in a 4 hectare area in the industrial park Colinas de Leon.
Vehicle interiors will be the main production in these facilities, to serve the U.S. market, as well as the local market. The arrival of this company is expected to result in the creation of 250 direct jobs.
A continuous succession of industrial building start-ups is coming in the next months, to host companies from the plastics, metal mechanic, services, auto parts, among other sectors, also in the municipality of Leon.
Besides, the first stone for the building of the Japanese company Mino Industry will be laid, with a US$37 million investment and 200 direct jobs operating by 2019.
On the other hand, the construction of Vymnsa Leon's Industrial Park is scheduled to begin in the next few weeks, with a funding of over US$40 million.
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