Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — Numerous international business groups have expressed interest in investing in the municipality of Solidaridad
Mayor Cristina Torres Gómez reported that business groups from Canada, China, the United States, Italy and Norway are looking to invest in Solidaridad to develop projects that will transform the energy industry and tourism sectors.
She pointed out that sustainability is a priority and mandatory issue when talking about diversifying the market for goods and services in the municipality. With that said, any project that seeks to establish itself here should strive not to impact the environment, nor the ecosystems of the municipal geography.
“The only conditions that have been placed by the current administration is that any company that invests in the municipality hire previously trained Solidarians to perform the functions,” she said, adding, “That way the generation of employment will be allowed to go hand-in-hand with the investments.”
Torres Gómez said that the investment proposals include building wind farms, food and garbage transformers, organic fertilizer production and solar panel plants.