Querétaro enlists program to strengthen export capacity

Querétaro enlists program to strengthen export capacity

Queretaro, Qro. The strengthening of Querétaro’s export capacities and, in parallel, achieving import substitution, are the pillars of an initiative prepared by the Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade, Investment and Technology (Comce) and the Secretariat for Sustainable Development (Sedesu) of the condition.

The president of Comce Querétaro chapter, Óscar Peralta Casares, explained that this strategy will be implemented in 2023, to materialize both purposes:

  1. Identify the state’s exportable supply
  2. Reduce dependency on imports.

By identifying the capacities of local companies with export potential, it will be possible to bring this offer closer to the demand of companies that usually import these inputs, in addition to encouraging their participation in the foreign market.

There are 350 Queretaro companies that are expected to be included in the initiative, to strengthen their capacities. For now, the companies that have the potential to be part of the project have been identified, however, their selection has not yet been defined.

In this process, the initiative also contemplates issuing certifications to companies, as well as training them and even conducting audits to increase their competitiveness.

In Querétaro, exports reached an amount of 12,531.2 million dollars from January to September 2022, an annual increase of 17%; the accumulated value represented 86% of the total for 2021, a year that closed with a record of 14,527.2 million dollars.

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