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Demand for industrial and logistics infrastructure is growing and players need to adapt to meet new needs, say industry experts
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Demand for industrial and logistics infrastructure is growing and players need to adapt to meet new needs, say industry experts.
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Prologis plans to invest millions in 2021 in the State of Mexico to strengthen its participation in the country.
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Mexico offers competitive utility and land costs but the benefit will vary depending on the region.
Luis Gutiérrez
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Luis Gutiérrez
President Latin America of Prologis
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The industrial sector was significantly boosted by the e-commerce and the export manufacturing boom in Mexico but the renegotiation of NAFTA in 2018…
Javier Solís
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Javier Solís
Ministry of Economic Development
city of Nuevo Laredo

Some companies coming to Nuevo Laredo have placed approved projects on standby while the talks take place. They are waiting for the new rules to be announced, which is understandable as they are thinking about their costs and how their operations could be affected by changes in the content of the treaty. But the market’s progress continues. I think these negotiations stimulated the market instead of harming it. Many European and Asian companies continue to be interested in investing in Mexico. With or without a wall, we continue working. With or without NAFTA, international trade will remain. If the US decides to pull out of NAFTA, all the WTO agreements would enter into force and the US would be harmed the most.

US goods and services trade with Mexico totaled an estimated US$579.7 billion in 2016.
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