Published On: Thu, Oct 12th, 2017

Campeche expects to be declared soon a “Special Economic Zone”

Governor Moreno Cárdenas expects that the official announcement may be made by the end of November or beginning of December….

CAMPECHE — Governor Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas announced that he expects that in the last two months of the year the federal government will make the declaration of the Special Economic Zone for Campeche, a designation intended to spur economic recovery efforts.

Campeche Governor Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas (Photo: Google)



“We are ready, we are finishing integrating the files, our lands for commercial infrastructure are already prepared, the last details are getting ready and we need to anticipate the second round. The President already announced the first, which were the Economic Zones in Oaxaca, Chiapas, Guerrero and Michoacán, and for the second stage we are contemplating Campeche and Tabasco. We are finishing the documents. According to the dates of the federal government, by the end of November or December the announcement of these Special Economic Zones would be made,” he said.

Sky view of Campeche’s malecon and port (Photo: Google)



On another issue, Moreno Cárdenas denied that the airline Interjet was going to leave the state, for which negotiations were already established with the owners of the airline and with the Secretary of Tourism, Enrique de la Madrid Cordero.

(Photo: Google)

“What we are managing is to increase the flights, that Aeromexico open another flight to the state and that the plane spend the night here in the city of Campeche, to have an early flight because we have a strong tourist influx,” said the governor.

Moreno Cardenas said that his administration will continue betting and investing on the theme of tourism to get more flights and more connectivity, with more trams to carry out tours around the city, with the theme of bicycles for tourists to use them for free, which will strengthen tourism in different ways, he concluded.

Source: www.lajornadamaya.mx

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