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Mexican Governor Engages Indian Investment

Mexican Governor Engages Indian InvestmentThe Governor of the Mexican state of Nuevo León visited India to enhance links with Infosys and finalize an investment agreement with Uber Diagnostics.

The Governor of the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, Mr. Jaime Heliodoro Rodríguez Calderón, visited India from 14-17 June 2017. During his visit to Bengaluru, the Governor met with the team of Infosys to explore a possible expansion of their operations in the state. “Indian companies in Nuevo León have had a distinguished role in the progress of the sectors in the region,” he commented. Infosys has maintained Development Centers in Nuevo Leon for the last 10 years, comprising one of their largest Latin American investments.

Governor Rodríguez and his delegation also met with disruptive healthcare company Uber Diagnostics to sign a project confirmation that will inaugurate their operations in Mexico.

In addition to the activities in Bengaluru, the delegation sustained business meetings in Delhi with prominent traders, heads of Mexican companies in India and Indian companies who have or are keen to have investments in Mexico, including an event organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

The trip concluded with a visit to the Infosys Global Education Centre Mysore, the world’s largest corporate university.

Nuevo León is the third state in contributions to the GDP of Mexico, and its capital, Monterrey, is the second most important city in the country, widely known for its industrial wealth. After Jalisco, Nuevo Leon is the state with the largest IT infrastructure in the country.