Thrusters Unlimited and the Mexican Space Agency (AEM) joined efforts to develop a competitive aerospace data and products industry. Furthermore, the Interamerican Development Bank (IDB) suggests that leaning on public assets could be a great strategy to reduce the housing deficit.
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More Projects, More Investment Opportunities in 2023
The construction sector is experiencing one of its most difficult periods, with COVID-19 still haunting companies through constant increases in material costs, high interest rates and lacking investment in infrastructure. The outlook remains uncertain as the government focuses mainly on megaprojects like AIFA, the Mayan Train and Dos Bocas. However, experts believe that the outlook could improve if Mexico takes advantage of nearshoring opportunities.
Thrusters Unlimited Looks to Boost Aerospace Industry in 2023
A collaboration between Thrusters Unlimited and the Mexican Space Agency (AEM) seeks to jumpstart the development of specialized talent to build a competitive aerospace data and products industry, according to a press release from the Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SICT). Both parties are betting on academic, business and government coordination to promote trust and investment in the country’s burgeoning aerospace industry.
Connecting Sustainable Finance Between Mexico and Latam
Valeria Dagnino, Latam Program Analyst, Climate Bonds Initiative, says that sustainability is here to stay and that now we should not be asking whether or not to include sustainability in corporate strategies, instead, we must ask ourselves how and at what speed we should incorporate those elements in our strategies. For Dagnino, Latin America and the Caribbean offer great opportunities owing to the availability of its natural resources.
Reducing Housing Deficit in Latin America Through Public Assets
One of Latin America’s biggest challenges is to provide affordable housing to people. While there are several paths to solve this problem, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) highlighted the use of public assets as the most effective strategy to reduce the housing deficit.
Vallejo-I Closes 2022 With Great Investments, Prospects for 2023
The most important industrialization project of the Metropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico, "Vallejo-i," has received more capital, closing 2022 with MX$14.403 million (US$739,074). The new resources translate into the opening of 35 new companies for Vallejo, mainly in the pharmaceutical and logistics sectors.