NAFTA and now the new USMCA enables the establishment of resilient supply chain systems within North America. In particular the US-Mexico border region is ideal for NEARSHORE manufacturing operations, that offer both cost and logistical advantages. In Baja California over 800 multinational companies are benefiting from those advantages.
Baja California and Mexico are one of the world´s preferred travel destinations. There are significant investment opportunities in tourism infrastructure and services, including specialized tours, marinas and wineries. Baja California has become famous for its innovative cuisine, wine and craft beer. It has over 1000 kilometers of coast and exquisite endemic desert fauna.
Beyond the USMCA, Mexico has 11 more free trade agreements with over 45 countries. Baja California has the logistical connection to Asia to be a gateway to North and South America. I offers a wide variety of food products, including fisheries such as Tuna and Sea Urchins. The Tijuana airport has direct flights to China and Japan, and an international terminal that crosses in to San Diego California.