Guanajuato climbed to fifth place in Mexico’s economy, contributing a whopping 4.7 percent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), said Luis Felipe Bravo Mena, Guanajuato state government official in Mexico City.
He said this grant reflected the dynamism of his company and its ability to attract foreign investment, which has made it one of Mexico’s economic powerhouses.
He reiterated that the economic indices released by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI) represent an important milestone because, from an economic perspective, they outperformed companies like Veracruz and other states that have more federal support and more natural resources.
Other important aspects highlighted by Bravo Mena were Industry 4.0, the organization of the Annual Meeting of Industrialists 2023 (RAI) and the Industrial Transformation México (ITM), which will take place in León from October 4th to 6th.
that this initiative to link both events reflects Guanajuato’s commitment to national technological innovation, contributing to its consolidation as a global pole of avant-garde promotion.
In this regard, he added that the convergence of ITM with RAI provides an unprecedented platform for showcasing advanced technologies and addressing critical business issues such as artificial intelligence and e-mobility.
Regarding the forthcoming tenth edition of the Automotive Suppliers Forum, he said that it has already established itself as a national reference and in Latin America as it has enabled the development of suppliers and the strengthening of the value chain in the automotive sector.
It is estimated that the participation of 135 purchasing companies and more than 477 suppliers will open up business opportunities worth more than 2,500 million pesos.
He assured that this event, which will be held on September 20-21, is an expression of the state’s public policy to diversify the economy, encourage the growth of local businesses and attract technological investments that create quality jobs.
“Guanajuato’s vision for the future is promising; plans to produce more than 1 million vehicles in 2030, focusing on opportunity areas such as electric mobility and advanced technologies,” he said.
Mentioning that the policy towards young people developed by the government of Governor Diego Sinhue Rodríguez Vallejo has several aspects, he recalled, among other things, that the “Make it Viral” competition had recently taken place.
“An initiative that rewards and encourages valuable content from young people on social networks. The aim of this platform is to empower youth and give them the opportunity to deliver positive and clear messages that will impact society.”