* More than 74 billion pesos in this government
* Companies have confidence in the state
More than 74 thousand 800 million pesos has been the investment of private work in Sinaloa so far from the government of Quirino Ordaz Coppel, although for the coming months the construction will have a decrease; Foreign investment, despite the events of Thursday, October 17, remains, especially in tourism with developers, said in the interview the Secretary of Economy, Javier Lizárraga Mercado.
Foreign investment in the petrochemical industry goes forward in the north of the state and here in Mazatlan industries, such as the manufacture of unmanned drones, are a fact. In auto parts, the Sumitomo company announces its sixth plant in northern Sinaloa and Mitsui in aquaculture is also firm. All of this is good news for the state, he stressed.
According to INEGI “we are the third entity in the country with the highest growth and economic performance; We are at 2 percent growth. We must recognize that many entrepreneurs are cautious about what the federal government does, the state official and investor of Café Marino admitted.
Lizárraga Mercado also affirmed that the Sinaloa Governor is concerned about budget cuts for the countryside, although he is very optimistic about obtaining more resources from the federation for Sinaloa in the countryside and fisheries.
He said that producers and fishermen will put pressure on Mexico City and I have every confidence that Ordaz Coppel will have good results in his efforts in Mexico City.
With regard to the so-called “Economic Corridor”, next to other states of the Republic, the head of the Economy Corridor said that Mazatlan is the door and entrance to boost the economy not only of southern Sinaloa but of those other neighboring entities and even Tamaulipas, especially in cargo.
However, outside the tape recorder, the official admitted that more than two million containers arrive in the ports of Manzanillo and Lázaro Cárdenas, many from Asia Pacific, while Mazatlan unloads some 40,000 containers.
Many and Great Works continue in Sinaloa, says Gov Quirino
The new General Hospital is inaugurated in December, Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel said in the interview while commenting on the great works that will be reported in his III Report on December 15, such as the Badiraguato-Parral road, the Aqueduct Miravalles and the new water treatment plant such as the Urías stream that is a work of more than one hundred million pesos and all the Mazatlan rehabilitation works.
The Governor said that in security the coordination of the three levels is strengthened and a patrol package is coming, especially since Mazatlan entered the Merida Plan and that will bring resources to this municipality for public safety equipment.
Ordaz Coppel reiterated that next week he will be in Mexico City to meet with Alfonso Durazo, national secretary of Public Security; also with Julio Scherer and the undersecretaries of agriculture and livestock, even see the budget.
Later, he said that in his III Report he also highlights that there is no more long-term public debt and that the credit rating was increased to Sinaloa. He accepted that there are historical problems and some strong lags.
As for Mazatlan, he said it’s doing very well as tourism, investments, and cruise ships continue to arrive.
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