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The Financial Times “Cities of the Future” report ranks Querétaro second in all Latin America

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Due to an important economic development and the feasibility of creating business, Querétaro stands out internationally one more time.

A report elaborated by the intelligence unit of the global major newspaper “Financial Times” was published on Wednesday April 19, featuring the cities of future ranking worldwide.

In this occasion, the annual ranking positions Querétaro as the second city of future in Latin America, just below Sao Paulo, Brazil, after conducting an analysis of certain strategic sectors such as economic potential, business friendly environment, human capital, lifestyle, profitability and connectivity, as well as their strategies to promote foreign direct investment.

Mexico City was ranked third in the list, while San Luis Potosi was seventh and Monterrey came up eighth, according to FDI Intelligence.


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In addition, Querétaro was also placed on second place in the Top 10 business friendly cities of the Americas, in which FDI Intelligence analyzed factors such as “Total number of companies in the advanced manufacturing sector”. “Total number of companies within the high technology services sector”. “Total number of companies in the aerospace sector “. ” Days to start a business “.” Costs of dismissal “,”Ease of doing business “, and “Corruption perception index”.

On the other hand, Querétaro was ranked fourth place among the 10 great American cities with highest economic potential.

It is worth mentioning that this is not the first time that Querétaro shows up in rankings issued by the Financial Times. Last year FDI Intelligence placed the state third among the “Mexican states of the future”.

Source: https://codiceinformativo.com

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