Spanish firms to invest $7.1 billion in Mexico

U.S. President Donald Trump’s protectionist policies are not deterring large Spanish firms from investing in Mexico. A group of 14 companies including BBVA, Mango, Inditex, Iberdrola, Meliá, FCC, OHL, Acciona and Sabadell are expected to invest some $7.1 billion in Mexico over the next years. Among the projects are new green energy plants by Iberdrola, Gamesa and Cox; modernization and refurbishing of hotels by Barceló and Meliá and more Mexico City-Madrid frequencies by Iberia. Source (in Spanish): El Financiero How to deal with change and innovation? In this exclusive interview, Jorge Becerra, Senior Partner & Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group gives his insight on the hardest decisions Latin American CEOs have to make, as well as how to deal […]

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