Monday, June 18, 2012
Mexico.- The Mexican tourist sector received in the first quarter of 2012 private investments close to 945 million dollars, with an inter-annual growth of 5 percent.
According to authorities, lodging projects received the largest investment with 652 million dollars, followed by real estate investment with 183.6 million.
The central area of the country concentrated most private investments, accounting for 482.2 million dollars; followed by beach destinations with 344.3 million dollars, and the north and Maya World with 42.3 million.
Meanwhile, among the cities the largest amount, 380 million dollars, was allocated to Mexico City; followed by Nayarit with 96 million and Jalisco with 95 million dollars.
Likewise, other cities that received financing were Oaxaca with 51.5 million dollars and Baja California with 48.7 million.