Culiacán, Sin.- At least three large investors in the field of food manufacturing and processing have presented projects to be executed in the center of Sinaloa, said Germán Rivera, director of the Center for Investment Attraction (CIT).
He explained that confidentiality issues can not reveal the names of these companies until the investment is formalized and start with the projects.
“Especially in what is manufacturing and processing food, is the part where we have about three companies already on track, who want to land their projects in the center of Sinaloa,” he said.
The state official explained that the investment amount on average is 50 million dollars, which is beneficial for the entity.
For his part, the Secretary of State Economy, Javier Lizárraga Mercado, explained that Culiacán is a municipality that is attracting the eyes of many investors as it is a place with around one million inhabitants, which generates great expectations for many companies .
Source: linea directa
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