Five investment projects will arrive to Queretaro within the year.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) that came to Queretaro from the US during the first half of 2016, has peaked at $292.2 million, which signifies a 153% increase compared to the same period last year, according to records obtained by the Ministry of Economy (SE).
Five investment projects will arrive to Queretaro within the year. FDI in Guanajuato has grown by 92% during the first semester, while FDI for the auto parts sector grew 80% in the Bajio region.
The United States is Queretaro's main commercial partner, according to authorities of from the Ministry of Sustainable Development (SEDESU) of the State.
There are companies from the Northern Country participating in the food industry, automotive and auto parts sector, aeronautics, services and tourism sectors, among others, operating in the State.
FDI in Queretaro amounted $596.2 million during the first half of 2016, which represents an annual increase of 38.6%.
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