The Minister of Development, José Luis Ábalos, will meet between today and Wednesday in Mexico with representatives of the Mexican government to offer the collaboration of the Development Group, which includes companies such as Aena, Adif or Renfe , regarding infrastructure and transport.
As reported by the Ministry today in a statement, the visit, which also involves the president of civil engineering consultancy INECO, Carmen Librero, seeks to enhance the presence of Spanish companies in the Latin American country and discuss issues of common interest with Mexican government officials.
Ábalos will begin his round of meetings this Monday with the president of the Mexican Senate, Martí Batres; and, later, with the Secretary of Communications and Transport, Javier Jiménez, in order to know in detail the measures taken by the Government of Mexico in matters of infrastructure.
On Tuesday, he will hold a meeting with the Federal Development Authority of Special Economic Zones, Rafael Marín, with which he will discuss, among other matters, the Isthmus of Tehuantepec Development Plan, an important Mexican public investment project to promote the industrial development of this zone.
Subsequently, the Spanish delegation will travel to the state of Oaxaca accompanied by its governor, Alejandro Murat, and a Memorandum of Understanding will be signed between both administrations.
Back in Mexico City, on Wednesday, Ábalos will meet in the Chamber of Commerce with Spanish businessmen who are working in the Latin American country.
Source: La Vanguardia, EFE
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