Investment to develop two new industrial parks is going to be added
The Municipality of Colon, in Queretaro, has increased by 140% its expectations to capture investment during 2016, with a prospect to close the year with projects worth $1.2 billion, hence surpassing the initial prospect of $500 million.
Colon's Municipal President, Alejandro Ochoa Valencia, explained that the opening of new companies and the arrival of investors has been more dynamic during the first six months of the year.
He also informed that investment to develop two new industrial parks is going to be added, including one by the firm Vesta, which purchased 102 hectares of land.
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