Mexico wants to access a market of 500 million Europeans


For the first time, the InfoAgro Exhibition is held in the port with different invited countries.

MAZATLÁN.- For three days, the second edition of the InfoAgro Exhibition is held in Mazatlan, the business epicenter of the agricultural producer, which aims to make this sector known, products and services to meet the needs that the farmer finds during his activity and to be able to offer solutions according to their expectations for the field.

The Secretary of the City Council, Edgar Augusto González Zatarain, attended on behalf of Mayor Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres, who stressed that events like this are the ones that dress up Mazatlán and give it greater importance. The event takes place in the Convention Center with 289 stands inside and 240 outside.

“Mazatlán is not only in a moment of growth and intense development in tourism matters, in fishing matters, in real estate matters, in industrial matters and practically today, with this matter of agribusiness, I also want to tell you that it is a good time because by December 2023 is the goal to complete the 22,500-hectare irrigation project, which is a project derived from the Picachos dam,” he commented.

The President of the InfoAgro Exhibition Organizing Committee, Rodrigo González Márquez, and the Director of the InfoAgro Exhibition Mexico, Oscar Martinez Jiménez, added that they continue to work on this agricultural fair to make it a bridge for business and trade relations between Mexico and Europe so that producers Mexicans can access a market of 500 million people, such as the European market and the rest of the world.

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