Hidalgo is planning to attract foreign investment to reactivate the local economy


In a virtual conference, government authorities met with executives of the international consultancy Oxford Bussines Group (OBG), to establish a work agenda

Hidalgo government authorities met with executives from the international consultancy company Oxford Business Group (OBG), to establish a work agenda that gives rise to the opportunities offered by the state in terms of investments.

In a virtual conference with this consulting firm, they discussed the challenges and opportunities for 2021 derived from the need to reactivate the state’s economy after the global contingency with Andrew Jeffreys, CEO of OBG.

The Secretary of Public Policies, José Luis Romo, the Secretary of Economic Development, Sergio Vargas Téllez, and the Undersecretary Christian Guevara Gálvez participated. Andrew Jeffreys, director of OBG recalled the evaluation entitled The Report Mexico 2019, in which a special chapter was made for Hidalgo. In this, the consulting firm recognized the state’s strategy to make it attractive to investors.

The head of Sedeco, Sergio Vargas, explained that this report is used by investors from all over the world for decision-making and as a platform for learning about new places in development, where Hidalgo must appear to show what it offers and what it is a good business climate and certainty, as a result of an advanced legal framework. In the 2019 Mexico Report, where Hidalgo appears as a success story, OBG concluded that changes in different sectors, infrastructure projects, and trade agreements will boost Mexico’s economy for the next triennium and, therefore, will continue to be one of the more attractive and open.

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José Luis Romo said that today Hidalgo is ready to consolidate investment projects in strategic sectors: pharmaceutical chemical, sustainable mobility, agro-industrial and energy, as well as in the textile, educational, and tourism sectors, since it is about complying with “ the Hidalgo Strongest public policy, which focuses on reactivating the Hidalgo economy with 30 billion pesos and generating more than 20 thousand jobs in one year, ”he said. “In the face of the pandemic, today it is about ensuring that, despite the adverse context, Hidalgo continues to be the best state to invest,” concluded Romo Cruz and called on the productive sector to remain vigilant to take advantage of the opportunities that the economic reactivation will bring.

Source: Milenio

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