Korean private initiative is interested in Coahuila

Category: News
Published: 2015-04-08

Gerardo Garcia Castillo, mayor of Monclova, commented during an economic promotion tour in Korea that some automotive executives are interested in investing in this Coahuila city. The State Governor, Ruben Moreira, along with secretaries of Economic Development, Rural Development and Education, as well as the Monclova and Piedras Negras´

mayors, Gerardo Garcia and Fernando Puron, respectively, visited some Korean factories and participated in the automotive OEMs seminar held in Seoul, Korea. Mr. Garcia reported that 6 Korean companies: Kama, Swaying, Namil, Austem, Daeil and TSR, are interested in investing in the Central Coahuila Region, which creates expectations for a positive outcome to this promotional tour.

Source: Vanguardia

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