Nuevo León Spurs Its Economy with Tax Incentives

Governor Samuel García announced a major economic boost in Nuevo León, stating:

"Nuevo León's gonna keep on growing and staying unstoppable in economic matters and in taking over the coastal territories of the country."

As part of this initiative, Nuevo León has rolled out a series of financial incentives for investors in Anáhuac and Puente Colombia, officially established with the Federal Ministry of Economy. These incentives include zero percent VAT, zero percent income tax, payroll tax discounts, property taxes, and streamlined digital procedures.

After a meeting with Raquel Buenrostro Sánchez, the head of the federal agency, García Sepúlveda highlighted the significance of these incentives, remarking:

"We've officially formalized that the municipality of Anáhuac, Nuevo León, our border municipality, will have a certificate and decree for tax exemptions to increase the number of border crossing points from eight to sixteen."

The governor also announced the opening of the La Gloria - Colombia highway, cutting down the tax burden for the ongoing development of the region. This follows the examples of Oaxaca and Veracruz, where similar measures have already proven effective.

In addition to the economic updates, García Sepúlveda reported the launch of the third pump of El Cuchillo II, which will boost the region's water supply to 3600 liters per second. The governor expressed his gratitude to all the involved organizations and emphasized the importance of ensuring an adequate water supply for the growing region.