About ProMéxico Trade & Investment Seattle
ProMéxico is the Mexican federal government agency responsible for the attraction of direct foreign investment and the export of goods and services, as well as the internationalization of Mexican companies in order to contribute to Mexico's economic and social development and strengthen the country's image as a strategic business partner.
ProMéxico was established on June 13, 2007, through Presidential Decree, as a sectorial public trust under the Ministry of the Economy.
Due to its macro economic and political stability, low inflation, size and strength of its domestic market, economic growth rate, and its ability to attract advanced manufacturing, Mexico is one of the most competitive countries for productive investment.
“Mexico has a strong domestic market, but what we like best is the consistency of government commitment to make it an ideal place for business and for locating our manufacturing contracts and research and development resources.”
John Chambers President and CEO – CISCO
“ProMéxico has supported us with all the economic studies for our investment in Mexico. It has also supported us in the determination of the states with the best advantages in terms of production capacity."
Frédéric García CEO – Airbus Group México
Fernando Paz Pous – Deputy Trade and Investment Commissioner Northwest of the United States of America
Director of the Northwest of the United States of America ProMéxico office that includes the states of Washington, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Alaska.
Fernando is responsible for coordinating strategies aimed at strengthening Mexico's participation in the international economy, supporting the process of exporting firms established in the country and coordinating activities aimed at attracting foreign investment.
Phone: (206) 274 5118