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September 18, 2014

Mexico

Campeche Wants USA Investors

 

The Government of Campeche, a state in southeast Mexico on the Gulf of Mexico, is looking for investors from the United States who are interested in shrimp farming.

 

According to the head of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Secretariat (SEPESCA) of Campeche, Fernando Sadek Abad, Campeche is one of the safest states in Mexico to carry out investments and develop shrimp farming.

 

Campeche has the weather, water quality and technological for the development of the shrimp industry and hopes to double the 774 metric tons it produced in 2013.

 

Sadek Abad has already met with American investors from Cairwood Incorporated and with authorities of Empacadora Sea Farms, who were informed of the benefits of investing in Campeche.

 

Source: FIS United States.  Campeche Seeks Investment in Shrimp Farming.  Analia Murias (editorial@fis.com).  September 15, 2014.

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