Wave of Chinese investments expected in northern Mexico

Although in 2020 the number of new Chinese companies stood at 12, the prospects for a greater influx of these Asian companies have grown significantly for the near future.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In the next 36 months, one in every two new investors seeking industrial real estate space in Mexico will be of Chinese origin, specifically in key markets in the north of the country, according to CBRE consulting firm.

"And it is not something that happened in one year (...) more and more investors continue to pour in from China," said Lyman Daniels, president of CBRE Mexico, during his participation in this year's first online forum of the Mexican Association of Private Industrial Parks (AMPIP).

Daniels emphasized the hike registered between 2018 and 2019, when the share . . .

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