The Tabasco mission will go to Canada for investments: sedec

Minister of Economic Development and Competitiveness, Federico Garcia MallitzReported that from October 19 to 23, Governor Carlos Manuel Merino will lead Mission Tabasco-Canada.

During the trip, he said, efforts will focus on Get benefits for export and import of consumer goods, as well as in attracting new investment.

The government official noted that, at present, this year it has been determined that foreign investment in the entity exceeds 350 million dollars.

Remember that the company TC Energy Corporation, formerly known as TransCanadawill invest a large amount of natural gas distribution in the southeast of the country.

“October 19-23. – Who are you going to meet there? – You are going to visit the provincial authorities of Ontario, it is a mission that has been working for a year, where industrial groups, with banks, companies that work in the financial sector, of course part of attracting investments and exports, something that is being promoted. It’s really part of the effort the governor is making, just like the visit to Guatemala, to try to increase exports from Canada and Central America.”

In addition, Garcia Mallitz highlighted the governor’s recent visit to Petén, Guatemalato obtain economic benefits and cooperation.

“We were received by the authorities in Petén, Guatemala; they see Tabasco as we see the United States. And Petén has a great connection with Tabasco, a lot more is being traded, more than we thought. They crossed over to Guatemala to buy Peten. We identify areas of opportunity, where we can place Tabasco products Which can be exported to Petén. We were received by the Governor of Petén, the Deputy Minister of Economy of Guatemala, the Deputy Minister of Agriculture, let us not forget that we have the immigrant borders, as well as in the agricultural and livestock part.”

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