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Quintana Roo remains strong to attract tourism investments

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Despite being an election year, Quintana Roo remains strong in attracting investments in infrastructure, especially tourism, ranking among the strongest states, which will continue to trigger more jobs.

Federico Fidalgo, director of the Business Area of ​​the Center for Management Training and Improvement (ICAMI), an institute that seeks to train high-level managers, highlighted that destinations, especially in the north of the state, are reporting important announcements of hotel and real estate investments, and business, this despite the electoral outlook, and the decline of the dollar against the peso.

“In Cancun, the amount of current development is surprising, but it is long-term and this is a magnet for more projects, which will be beneficial in the long term, especially in infrastructure,” he explained.

Although these projects were announced by large corporations, they also represent an opportunity for small and medium-sized companies to do business, he said.

During his visit to Cancun within the framework of the assembly of the Association of Business Women to talk about the Economic and Political Perspectives for 2024, she highlighted that the opportunities are in the areas of services, real estate, and tourism.

According to the Institute for the Development and Financing of Quintana Roo (IDEFIN), for 2024 the portfolio of potential projects is located above 10 billion pesos.

Federico Fidalgo explained that the strengthened peso against the dollar and nearshoring is opening the doors to give certainty to investments in the country especially in points like Quintana Roo.

“We believe that with the projects that are now being launched, and that they reach more points, it will allow a greater attraction of capital that seeks to position itself in the destinations,” he commented.

Data from the Ministry of Economy indicate that, on the American continent, the United States and Canada are the main countries of origin of foreign investments. For example, the United States reports a total of 6,818 economic units that operate with economic capital from that country. Of these, the majority are Trusts (5,510), Mexican companies (1,302), and foreign companies.

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