The southern Mexican state of Oaxaca looks to establish an agenda of economic cooperation with China, Pedro Matar, coordinator of international affairs for the state, said on Tuesday (Nov. 6).
The economic cooperation would focus on foreign trade, infrastructure, technology, investments and financing, Matar said.
One of the poorest states in Mexico, Oaxaca aims to speed up the region’s growth by attracting Chinese investment to broaden and modernize railway and port infrastructure, Matar said.
This week, Oaxaca’s governor, Alejandro Murat, led a delegation of politicians and businessmen to Shanghai for China International Import Expo (CIIE).
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