The head of Sedectur, Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas explained that the opening of places in the city is taking place with almost all the premises occupied, which speaks well of the destination.
Mazatlan Sinaloa. – The economic growth of Mazatlán begins to be measured in the number of shopping malls that have been opened in the city, at least four in the last four years, said the head of the Ministry of Economic Development, Tourism and Fisheries, Ricardo Velarde Cárdenas.
The important thing about these projects, said the municipal official, is that many are starting almost one hundred percent of the occupied premises, a situation that speaks of the commercial growth that the city is having, especially in the northern area, where the construction of real estate developments is on the rise as well.
“Well, look, development does not stop, we are aspiring to close with more than 15 billion investment, we already have 10 billion accumulated investment from November to date and this both commercially and in the housing issue as well as in the of developments and departments, growth has been exponential in recent years”.
He indicated that growth is what gives investors that confidence, who see that from day one, that they open their companies with a full square, it generates the security in the recovery of their investments in a shorter period, that if you arrive at a space where there is only a minimum capacity.
Velarde Cárdenas added that this is one of the details that sometimes makes local entrepreneurs or businessmen afraid to invest, because in those cases, it sometimes takes about a year and a half to position themselves, but places with a well-established business will make a return on investment faster and much easier.
The municipal official specified that this is Sedectur ‘s job, to be facilitators for investors, not only local, but also national, so that they see the great growth that the destination is having and that speaks of, well, not just It is a matter of love for the city, but also that investors feel confident that their assets will be profitable.
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