Mexican entrepreneurs are looking for investment opportunities in Honduras.

Tegucigalpa, May 2018. A Mexican business mission from the State of Jalisco visited Honduras in search of investment opportunities and commercial exchange within the framework of the Honduras 20/20 program. The purpose of the business meeting was to strengthen commercial ties and increase business opportunities between both countries.

The business mission of entrepreneurs of the state of Jalisco was integrated by Mexican investors representing financial sectors, pharmaceuticals, agrifood industry, vehicle assemblers, among others.
These businessmen were received by public sector officials and representatives of the private sector, which was headed by Honduras 20/20, visiting several companies during their visit in order to present the country’s business opportunities

“The business mission has had very satisfactory preliminary results with an excellent reception, we carried out the international promotion to attract investment to Honduras, as we promote investment there will be job creation.” Expressed Peter Fleming, executive director of Honduras 20/20.

The Honduran delegates presented in depth to Jalisco entrepreneurs the legal framework to invest in Honduras, the Free Trade Agreement between Central America and Mexico, the macroeconomic situation of the country, special and fiscal regimes, as well as the progress in security matters, show the dynamic economy of the country.

“In this effort to diversify markets, Central America is a great opportunity for us in particular Honduras because of its geographical position, its port that is very important, the port of Puerto Cortés, to sell not only in Honduras but to establish a commercial relationship with the rest of Central America based in the country. ” Mentioned Miguel Landeros, president of COMCE (Mexican Business Council of Foreign Trade).

The Mexican delegation participated in a business conference, with the idea of establishing direct links with their Honduran counterparts. The business agenda of Jalisco continued in Roatán, where the advantages of the tourism sector were detailed.