Mexico City.- The head of the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur), Miguel Torruco, reported that from January to September 2023, Foreign Direct Investment in Tourism (IEDT) registered 2,276 million dollars, equivalent to 6.9 percent of the Investment National Foreign Direct (FDI).
In a statement, it detailed that the entities that captured the largest flow of FDI, from July to September 2023, were: Baja California Sur with 186.4 million dollars; Quintana Roo, with 104.8 million dollars; and Nayarit, with 79.3 million dollars.
He stressed that the FDI registered in this period in the states of Jalisco was 36.4 million dollars; and Sonora with 26.8 million dollars.
Torruco pointed out that during the third quarter of 2023, the countries that reported the highest FDI flow were the United States with 359.2 million dollars; Canada with 85.4 million dollars; France with 10.8 million dollars; Spain with 10.3 million dollars; and Colombia 3.5 million dollars.
He specified that in the third quarter of 2023, the FDI in apartments and houses furnished with hotel services was 498.1 million dollars, and in airport and heliport management 5.8 million dollars, which together represent 99.9 percent of the total the IEDT.
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