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Mexico Spends Big on Tourism Infrastructure

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Up to 100 billion pesos will be used to expand railway projects, airports, and cruise ships, among others, as part of Mexico’s plans to further develop tourism during the current presidential term of President Enrique Peña Nieto.

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President of Mexico Announced Investments of 100 billion Pesos in Tourism

Railway projects, airports and cruise ships, among others, are part of Mexico’s plans to further develop tourism during the current presidential term of government, according to the president Enrique Peña Nieto, who announced an investment amounting to 100 billion pesos.

During the XI National Tourism Forum Cancún 2013, Peña Nieto said projects to be undertaken as Transpeninsular train, between the states of Yucatan and Quintana Roo, a cruise ship terminal in Puerto Vallarta, and Manzanillo rail tunnel and the Chetumal airport.

In addition, it plans to develop highways San Cristobal-Palenque, in Chiapas, Oaxaca City to Puerto Escondido and Zitácuaro to Valle de Bravo, along with a between Guadalajara and Colima and Manzanillo.

The president, who in recent days launched a new national tourism policy, said it will be shown in all tourist destinations. “Let’s not waste or residue of those destinations that once had a great future. Deserve not have this result, but rather, go to the rescue and support for consolidation,” he said.

Accompanied by Secretary of Tourism, Claudia Ruiz Massieu, the governor of Quintana Roo, Roberto Borge Angulo, and the director of the National Tourism Fund, Brito Fernando Martí, the Mexican president stressed that it will support the country’s tourism sector to return to be a power against the other nations of the world, which includes promoting the National Tourism Certification.

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