THE ACTIVITY AT A GLANCE
In recent years, Latin America has seen unprecedented growth, increasing the purchasing power of its population and generating an increase in the consumption of imported goods, including goods from Canada.
If your company is involved in the construction and infrastructure sector, this is a particularly promising activity for expanding your markets, because the government of Mexico is making major investments in local infrastructures.
Meet a growing Latin American busines.
IMPULSORA DE DESARROLLO INTEGRAL S.A. DE C.V. (IDINSA) - MEXICO
The IDINSA Group was founded in 1993 and employs close to 2000 people. This civil engineering company specializes in traditional and special bridges, construction work, deep foundations, drainage and water supply systems, the construction of dams, toll booths, ports, urban buildings, subway networks, underground structures, preventive and corrective maintenance of structures, stations and fibre optics, dehydration plants and sludge disposal, walkways for urban connections, social rehabilitation centres and the health care sector.
Sur la page anglaise, une fois qu’elle sera en ligne, l’inclure au même endroit, soit en dessous de Take part in this buyers’ meeting and receive a free ticket to attend the seminar Construction in Latin America and the Caribbean on June 18. (Pre-tax value: $145) :
Tuesday, June 18
8:00 – 12:00 pm Seminar "Construction in Latin America and the Caribbean"
13:00 – 17:00 pm Individual meetings
Wednesday, June 19
9:00 – 12:00 pm Individual meetings
WHO SHOULD TAKE PART
- Businesses in the construction, infrastructure and engineering fields that want to meet major Latin American players in these sectors
- Equipment, hardware products and construction materials suppliers
- Service suppliers with a clientele of infrastructure and construction businesses: IT, workplace risk prevention, real estate agencies, etc.
AN OVERVIEW OF THE MEXICAN MARKET
This market offer a favourable economic climate for foreign businesses in the construction sector.
In fact, Mexico anticipates investments of $415 billion in infrastructure for 2013-2018.
Trade between Canada and Mexico is fostered by free trade agreements. In 2011, Canada exported over $4.3 billion in infrastructure-related products and services.
A few facts about Mexico:
- The 2nd largest economic power in Latin America and the 12th in the world
- Estimated growth in GDP of 3.9% for 2012
- Some 2,500 Canadian businesses operating in the country
- Imports from Canada in the order of $5,475.53 million
- An APEC member country
Become a supplier to major Mexican prime contractors and develop your business in a growing market.