Jalisco Tech Hub Act generates new investment intentions for the state
The public policy created to maximize nearshoring has attracted new investment intentions to the state in the first quarter of the year from companies such as Flextronics, HP, and C3 AI, among others.
The Jalisco Tech Hub Act public policy, whose objective is to maximize nearshoring, has attracted new investment intentions to the state in the first quarter of the year.
Xavier Orendain, Strategic Coordinator for Economic Growth and Development in Jalisco, mentioned that during a visit to technology companies in Silicon Valley, new investment commitments were secured for the state.
It is expected that with this public policy, the state can capture more than $3 billion in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in 2023 and a similar employment figure to the previous year, when 82,963 jobs were created in Jalisco.
The main objective of this policy is to consolidate Jalisco as the hub of innovation, talent, and high technology, and to generate conditions for anyone who wants to invest in Jalisco to be self-sustainable and sustainable. In addition, it is expected that Jalisco's exports will increase from $30.218 billion in 2021 to $35 billion in 2024 and $50 billion in 2030.
Romo, P. (2023, April 2). Jalisco Tech Hub Act genera nuevas intenciones de inversión para el estado. El Economista. https://www.eleconomista.com.mx/estados/Jalisco-Tech-Hub-Act-genera-nuevas-intenciones-de-inversion-para-el-estado-20230402-0021.html