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Jalisco is a state of Mexico located strategically by the
Jalisco is a state of Mexico
located strategically by the Pacific Ocean….
…and is the second most important
economy in Mexico
MEXICO
JALISCO
POPULATION
& AGE
103 Million &
24 years
(average age)
6.9 Million &
22 years
(average age)
ECONOMY
• US third Trade Partner
• Largest FTA network WW
•Third Mexican Economy
• Second best economic
potential in North America
GDP
USD $ 768 Billion
USD $ 48.54 Billion
NOTE
• 1st place in High-tech Manufacturing Industry
• 25% of high-tech Exports
(nation wide)
Source: SEIJAL, SEPROE
CONTINUOUS GROWTH
Guadalajara’s Metropolitan Area in Jalisco is
ranked first place between major cities with
potential of investment attraction in Mexico.
Fifth overall for major cities of North America and
Second for economic potential.
If you decide to invest in Jalisco,
a great local market will be available for you
And many others from many sectors…
REPRESENTATIVE OFFICES
Numerous countries and states
representative offices are located in
Jalisco.
Number of Consulates: 41
Number of commercial
representative offices : 11
Source: Asociación Consular de Occidente A.C.
Why Jalisco?
WHY JALISCO?
5 Reasons to think about
1. Connectivity & Logistics
2. Human Potential
3. Quality of Life
4. Business Opportunities
5. Government Support
& logistics
Jalisco offers acces to 50% of
the Mexican population within a
560 kms radius.
SINALOA
Access to
50,000,000
Habitants
DURANGO
ZACATECAS
AGS. S.L.P.
QUERETARO
JALISCO
D.F.
GUANAJUATO
COLIMA
NAYARIT
MICHOACAN
Source: SEI-JAL with datas of INEGI
Internationally, Jalisco is connected to the
main cities in the USA and through strategic
Hubs to Central and South America
within a 6 hour
flight radius
Chicago: 3:45
Dallas: 2:10
Seattle: 5: hrs.
N. Y.: 4:15 hrs.
San Francisco: 3:50 hrs.
5 Hr.
Atlanta: 3:10
San Jose: 3:40 hrs.
3 Hr.
San Antonio: 2:00
L.A.: 3:15 hrs.
1 Hr.
Houston: 2:00 hrs.
Las Vegas: 3:20
Panamá: 4 hrs.
Bogota: 6 hrs.
2 Hr.
… in direct flights.
4 Hr.
6 Hr.
* From Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta airports
This is possible due to our
two international airports and nearest
seaport.
Guadalajara’s international airport
Puerto Vallarta’s international airport
Manzanillo’s Seaport
The nearest seaport is in Manzanillo, the second
most important cargo seaport in Mexico.
Distance from Guadalajara to
Port of Manzanillo: 300 Km.
• Surface: 437 has.
• Serves 15 states in Mexico that represent 64% of the GNP
• 26 shipping lines connecting 74 destinations in the world
SOURCE: Administración Portuaria Integral de Manzanillo
…..and to North America and Asia
Therefore potential business
is done with people from
different states abroad…
Based in GDL
27 destinations
21 airplanes
…Internal commerce in
Jalisco is very important.
Guadalajara’s airport is the second
most important in Mexico.
New cargo terminal 2009*: 434,000 tons.
Passanger movements during year 2006
Ranked number 2 in total
International trade
operations 200,000
(year 2006)
CITY
Puerto Vallarta
Guadalajara
National
Flights
International
Flights
Charter Flights
601.527
1.640.418
701.864
4.347.439
2.393.640
78.663
Source: Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico en Puerto Vallarta y Administración
del Aeropuerto Internacional "Miguel Hidalgo“ de Guadalajara.
Delivery Services enterprises have chosen
our airport to install their Regional Hubs
AN IMPORTANT CARGO FLIGHT MOVEMENTS
Jalisco is Mexico´s 1st. Place in
infraestructure (Roads)
Tijuana
Mexicali
Nogales
Ciudad Juárez
Piedras Negras
Hermosillo
Chihuahua
Nuevo Laredo
Matamoros
Torreón
Saltillo
La Paz
Monterrey
Culiacán
Durango
Ciudad
Victoria
Mazatlán
Zacatecas San Luis Potosí
Aguascalientes
Mérida
Querétaro
Guadalajara
Ecuandur
eo
Manzanillo
Progreso
Tuxpan
Tepic
Campeche
Atlacomulco
México D.F.
Toluca
Colima Morelia
Puebla
Cuernavaca
Lázaro Cárdenas
Cancú
n
Tampico
Jalapa
Veracruz
Villa Hermosa
Chetumal
Chilpancingo
Oaxaca
Tuxtla Gutiérrez
Acapulco
Salina Cruz
Huatulco
Ciudad Hidalgo
SOURCE: SEIJAL; SCT
We are also connected through the
railway network
Mexicali
Ferromex
TFM
Nogales
Chihuahua
Ferrosur
Port
Main Cities
Piedras
Negras
Guaymas
Nuevo
Laredo
Torreón
Topolobampo
Monterrey
Saltillo
Durango
Baja California
Zacatecas
SLP
Mazatlán
AGS
Leon
Guadalajara
Altamira
Tampico
Tuxpan
QRO
Cd. de
México
Cuernavaca Puebla
Manzanillo
Progreso
Veracruz
Coatzacoalcos
L. Cardenas
Acapulco
Oaxaca
Salina Cruz
Industrial Parks – Guadalajara Metropolitan Area
48 INDUSTRIAL PARKS
Public
Private
6
39 Metropolitan Area
6 Inner state
The best academic and training facilities
in Mexico are established in our state
• 12
Universities
• 677 High Schools
•
1
Community University
325,102 students
•
2
Technological Universities
in these schools
• 14
Technological Institutes
• 48
Technical Training Schools
• 590 Job Training Centers
2,872,966 Total Students in Jalisco (all grades
included)
Source: SEIJAL with data of SEJ
World-class skilled labour force is
available
Labour cost efficiency:
• Labor Force: 2.9 million people
JALISCO
• Turn over index lower than
border zones (2007: 2.1)
1st. National Place in Job
Training Centers.
• First quarter in 2008,
Jalisco has increased its
employment registry compared
to Distrito Federal, the State of
Mexico and Veracruz)
(entities with a larger population)
SOURCE: SEIJAL
Human Resources
Advantages in Jalisco
• Availability of Technical and Engineering Personnel.
• Skilled Labor Availability.
• Excellent Engineering & Technical programs.
• Industry expertise (Electronics, Telecomm, Automotive) with
more than 30 years of experience.
• Competitive Labor Cost
Our people are young and well
prepared
MEN
WOMEN
Average Age: 22
years witch is
bellow the
country average
(24 years)
SOURCE: SEIJAL
You will find the support of excellent
design and research centres in Jalisco
More than 30 National and
International Design Centers
Jalisco´s beauty is
recognized world-wide.
You will also a great range of
recreational activities...
AUDITORIO TELMEX
Alternative tourism
( Hiking, Canoeing, Sun and
Beach, Sailing, Motocross, Etc.)
Religious tourism
16 golf courses
...and tourist sites.
…also Sister States and City
agreements.
We hold national leaderships in…
1st. Place
Electronics
Telecommunication Equipment
Fair trade exposition
Chocolate and Candies
Ladies Footwear
Jewelry
Agave / Tequila
Leather
Milk (1,732 millon liters per year)
Poultry
Pork (215 millon tons per year)
Agricultural
Eggs (1.1 millon tons per year)
2nd. Place
General footware
Furniture
Beef (183 thousand tons to the year)
Sugar Cane (5.9 millon tons per year)
White Corn (3.3 millon tons per year)
Tourism
Honey (5,900 tons per year)
CLUSTER
Jalisco
Local
International
Original Electronic
Manufacturers
Contract Electronic
Manufacturers
AUTOMOTIVE CLUSTER
Potential site for
assembly and sources.
San Luis Potosi
Sonora
Buses and heavy
trucks assembly
Aguascalientes
Tsuru, Sentra, Subame, Pick-up,
and King Cab models assembly,
and engines and chassis
manufacture
Silao,
Suburban y
Gto.
Silverado SUV s
El Salto,
Jalisco
Accord / CRV
Puebla
Lagos de Moreno
INCENTIVES & GRANTS
Fiscal Incentives
innovation fund
RENIECYT
Mixed Funds
AVANCE Last Mile
F
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Ph´s and M.S. Incorporation
S
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Technological Projects
State Incentives
Discount over the 2%
ISN
CADELEC ® 2007 Derechos Reservados
FEDERAL INCENTIVES
• MARGINED ZONES PROGRAM”
BENEFITS:
• 100% - IMSS
• 100% INFONAVIT
• FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF INDUSTRIAL SITES & NEW EQUIPMENTS
• SCHOOLS
• EMPLOYEES TRANSPORTATION
• TRAINING PROGRAMS
• ENTAILMENT PROGRAM WITH PROMEXICO
BENEFITS :
• FAIRS
• MARKETING RESEARCH
• DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
JALISCO´S
MUNICIPALITIES:
Atemajac de Brizuela
Atengo
Bolaños
Cabo Corrientes
Cuquío
Chimaltitán
Chiquilistlán
Huejuquilla el Alto
Jilotlán de los Dolores
Santa María del Oro
Mezquitic
Villa Purificación
Quitupan
San Cristóbal de la Barranca
San Sebastián del Oeste
Tolimán
Tuxcacuesco
Villa Guerrero
Zapotitlán de Vadillo
STATE INCENTIVES
The State Council for Economic Promotion is the organism in
charge of the economic incentives allocation
 Training programs
State contribution for training programs for employees at technical and
professional levels.
 Infrastructure
State contributions for improvements in
infrastructure (electricity, water supply, roads, etc).
 Land
Sale, useage, exchange, or lease of government property at
competitive prices.
 State payroll tax of 2%
* 100% discount for new companies established in the first year.
* 50% of discount for the new jobs created during the second year and
for companies in expansion process.
A Land of Opportunities
What you imagine is what you get
Thank You
Secretariat of Economic Development
Government of the State of Jalisco
Ph. (52-33) 3678-2000
Fax: (52-33)3678-2058
Web: www.jalisco.seproe.gob.mx
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