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MEXICO HAS OBTAIN OVER 80 BILLION DOLLARS IN FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT DURING THIS ADMINISTRATION

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 The secretary of Economy, Bruno Ferrari, said that are positive sign of strength in the economy, and is foreseen that this year we will obtain approximately 19 billion dollars in FDI
 The head of economy inaugurate along with the governor of Queretaro, José Calzada Rovirosa, the new Siemens production plant and assist to the groundbreaking ceremony of the Research and Specialized Development Center.
 During his visit in the state, Bruno Ferrari visited the headquarters of the National Center for Metrology, CENAM
During the current Federal Government administration, Mexico has obtain more that 80 billion dollars in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), this amount show the confidence that the investors have in the strength of our economy, commented the Secretary of Economy, Bruno Ferrari.
The civil servant said that the increases in the investment have allow the strength of the productivity and to establish innovation as the foundation of the competitively of the national economy.
During the inauguration ceremony of the Siemen’s new production plant and the groundbreaking event for the research and specialized development center, which will count with an investment of 50 million dollars, Ferrari highlighted that in the Secretariat of Economy we will continue working to secure bigger investment.
He added that these are positive signs of the strength of the country’s economy, allowing to foreseen for this year almost 19 billion dollars in FDI.
Ferrari continue his speech saying that in the Secretariat of Economy we will work to make innovation the base of competitiveness and an engine of economic growth, therefore the Siemen’s investment contribute to strength the country as an economy of knowledge.
In the other hand, the governor of Queretaro, José Calzada Rovirosa, recognize the labor that the Secretariat of Economy is doing to impulse the growth of the micro, small and medium enterprises in Queretaro, and as a result increases the job opportunities in the region.
The Siemen’s production plant is located in the industrial complex “El Marqués”, and has 4 thousand square feet extension. The plant is dedicated to manufacture equipment for high voltage systems.
During the events, were present Louise Goeser, President and Chief Executive Office from Siemens Latin America y Dehen Wolfgang, CEO of the Energy Sector and Member of the Managing Board of Siemens.
Visit to the National Metrology Center
As part of the visit to Queretaro, the Secretary of Economy, Bruno Ferrari, went to the National Metrology Center (CENAM), which depends of the Secretariat of Economy, where he held a meeting with the director of the center Héctor Nava.
During the meeting the civil servant highlighted the work done by the CENAM, which bring together the science and technology made in the country to service the economy.
Ferrari said that the standard for high quality measurements, carry out by the center, have allow to maintain a fair commerce to benefit the consumers.
CENAM is an institution established by the Federal Government as a national lab, second most important in America, of reference to assure the quality and consistency of the measurements in the country.

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