Politica de Estado de México

State of Mexico has one of the most important international airports in the country. Currently, this airport services Mexicana, Continental Airlines, Air Madrid, Interjet, Volaris and FedEx, in addition to the private flights that total up to 250 operations every day. The State of Mexico has the Suburban Train service which spans, in its first 27 kilometer stage, from Buena Vista to Mexico City and Cuautitlán, for transporting more than 100 million passengers a year. Totaling seven stations, it represents the rebirth of the railway industry in Mexico. The second stage, Cuatitlán-Huehuetoca, is projected for late 2011, including seven stations and two terminals. This State is one of the greatest exporting entities of manufacturing goods in the country. It is estimated to provide 6.9% of the total Mexican exports and 19.1% of the non-manufacturing sector General Motors, Daimler Chrysler, Grupo Bimbo, Nissan de México, Ford Motors y Kimberly Clark de México. It is a leader in exports of metal and machinery products, especially for automobiles and trucks, foods and beverages, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, plastics, non-metallic mineral products and industries of basic metals. Regarding this business vocation, the State of Mexico has implemented a series of incentives geared towards the exporting manufacturing industry, based on contracts aligned with the Free Trade Treaty the country has signed with the economic blocks of Europe and North America. Our of the 100 most important export industries, 29 are located in the State of Mexico, including General Motors, Daimler Chrysler, Grupo Bimbo, Nissan de México, Ford Motors and Kimberly Clark de México. The Government of the State of Mexico has signed a six-year plan with Foreign Trade Bank BANCOMEX for promoting this entity abroad, regarding foreign trade issues and attracting foreign investments. Also worth highlighting is its high rate of independent craftsmen, associated as small producers, they provide their products to the domestic and exports market, thus projecting the name of the country and region. Source: Gobierno del Estado de México

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