They were received by officials from the Ministry of Economic Development of the State Government and businessmen from the north of the state.
Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- As scheduled, the group of Korean investors, mainly representatives of the Korea Gas Corporation ( KOGAS ), yesterday toured the facilities of the port of Topolobampo in order to see its infrastructure and contemplate the possibility of undertaking some investments in the natural gas industry.
The arrival of the investors, who flew directly from Mexico City, occurred around 11:00 hours yesterday at the Los Mochis International Airport and were received by officials of the Economic Development Secretariat of the State Government, Council for the Development of Sinaloa (Codesin) and some entrepreneurs from the north of the state who joined the delegation.
Immediately, after their arrival, the group of businessmen was mobilized to the facilities of the port of Topolobampo , where representatives of the Port Administration Integral of Topolobampo (API) gave them a tour of their different areas, which was private, as it was not access to the media was allowed.
The details of the investments that are planned to be undertaken within the port infrastructure were not disclosed, since, on the grounds of security, the group of investors asked not to have any contact with representatives of the media.
Representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development promised that the official information and the results of the tour will be announced in the coming days.
Source: El debate
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