Investments in Mexico’s mining industry slow down
Camimex sees the value of investments rising 7.4% this year – Photo: Ariel Ojeda/EL UNIVERSAL

Investments in Mexico’s mining industry slow down

02/11/2019
10:19
Reuters
Mexico City
Noé Torres, Anthony Esposito & Diane Craft/REUTERS
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The pace of investments in Mexico’s mining industry is expected to slow this year to its lowest since 2016; greater policy certainty is needed to attract more investments

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The pace of investments in Mexico’s mining industry is expected to slow this year to its lowest since 2016, Mexican industry group Camimex said on Wednesday, adding that greater policy certainty was needed to attract more investments.

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Camimex sees the value of investments rising 7.4% this year to reach USD $5.26 billion after the figure grew 13.8% in 2018.

“We need public policies that generate trust for investors,” Camimex said in a statement.

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Investor confidence in Mexico, Latin America’s second largest economy, has been shaken by some policy moves under President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a veteran leftist who promotes economic nationalism.

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