Mexico, May 15 (Notimex) .- The state of Guanajuato will seek to finance its projects and the companies of the entity with the entrance to the stock market, by signing an agreement with the Institutional Stock Market (Biva, for its acronym in Spanish).
The general director of Biva, María Ariza, stressed that this agreement they want to replicate at the national level and take this funding strategy to all parts of the country, as well as to companies that consider not being susceptible to this type of financing.
"The government of Guanajuato is committed to Biva, it will bring us closer to all its entrepreneurs, they will go to fund through the Institutional Stock Market, we want to replicate this model at the national level," she affirmed.
The governor of the entity, Diego Sinhue Rodríguez, said in turn that this alliance not only seeks to enhance the resources of the state, but that local companies have the opportunity for growth, professionalization and private resources, including going public.
"It will be a great bond between companies, government and Biva, to enhance the resources we have in Guanajuato," said the president.
According to state authorities, one of the most interesting projects to promote with the alliance has to do with the energy sector, since by means of natural gas, wind or solar parks, Guanajuato's competitiveness can be increased by reducing costs of the companies.
In addition, they need a dry port to cheapen the state's manufacturing, as well as mobility with the construction of highways and intercity trains, just to name a few.