From January to September this year (IEDT), Mexico added $2.276 million, equivalent to 6.9% of national foreign direct investment, reported this Monday Ministry of Tourism (Sector) of the Government of Mexico.
He added that according to the Ministry of Economy’s data on foreign direct investment, in the third quarter of 2023, “FDI registered $504.2 million, equivalent to 27.1% of total foreign direct investment.” Direct foreign investment captured in the country.”
In its statement, Sectur clarified that the following states captured the largest flow of FDI from July to September 2023: Baja California Sur with $186.4 million, that is, 37% of the total; Quintana Roo$104.8 million, representing 20.8% of the total, and Nayarit$79.3 million, 15.7% of the total.
In a note, agency head Miguel Torruco noted that in the third quarter of 2023, countries reporting the largest FDI flows were USA at $359.2 million, that’s 71.2% of the total; Canada – $85.4 million, 16.9% of the total, and France – $10.8 million, 2.1% of the total.
He added that from July to September 2023. Spain $10.3 million was recorded, with $3.5 million coming from Colombia.
In the third quarter of 2023, FDTI in apartments and houses with finishing hotel services It amounted to $498.1 million, and the airport and heliport authorities reported $5.8 million, which together represents 99.9% of the total FDTI amount.
Torruco emphasized the trust that Mexico has shown investors and international entrepreneurs, as evidenced by the record number of foreign direct investments attracted in 2022, which amounted to $4,472 million, an increase of 259.8% from 2019, before the Covid 19 pandemic, and confirmed that from 2019 to 2022 Mexico ranked sixth in the world in terms of the number of RTDI projects – 105 projects.
Source: Aristegui Noticias
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