When we refer to industrial corridors, we are talking about one of the investment attractions that Mexico represents. This type of infrastructure exists in developing countries and is distinguished by its strengthening in the value chains that have to do with the economic process… in addition to generating demand for employment and housing, they favour the deconcentration of urban areas, provide well-being to communities and, most importantly, promote and boost the consolidation of productive chains… but how do they impact economically in Mexico?
In 2022, the manufacturing sector stood out with the manufacture of cars and trucks, electronic components and auto parts. This same year, nearly 70 automotive plants moved their manufacturing operations to Mexico, according to Francisco González, president of the National Auto Parts Industry (INA).
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) announced last year that it has a pool of resources of approximately 2.8 billion dollars by 2025 to finance the relocation of companies to Mexico, which, he emphasised, will give priority to projects that choose to establish themselves in the Interoceanic Corridor (CIIT).