The Mexican Federal Government recently signed an agreement of collaboration with the private sector to advance a joint economic reactivation plan including 39 multi-sector projects which represent a $13.9 billion investment. Mexico’s Secretary of Treasury Arturo Herrera stated new projects will be carefully reviewed and incorporated into the agreement as they move forward with the economic reactivation plan. The list of projects includes the Otay Mesa East Land Port of Entry (Otay II), which is scheduled to begin construction on the Mexican side of the border in December 2021.
Mexico’s Economic Reactivation
October 21, 2020