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Federico Quinzaños, the state of Querétaro's International Relations Coordinator, provided an overview of the state of Querétaro's economy and global engagement strategy.

Federico Quinzaños, the state of Querétaro's International Relations Coordinator, provided an overview of the state of Querétaro's economy and global engagement strategy.

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  • 1. QUERÉTARO: DEMOGRAPHIC CENTER OF MÉXICO EUA MX EUA MÉXICO MORE THAN 45 MILLION INHABITANTS IN A 217 MILES RADIO Surface no. 27 nationally Budget no. 22 nationally 22nd place considering inhabitants number nationally Querétaro San Miguel Querétaro Cd. de México Acapulco “QUERÉTARO IS VERTIX AND COMPASS, CROSSROAD AND AFINITY CENTER.” GOVERNOR CALZADA
  • 2. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 6.9 4.1 5.7 3.3 7.0 5.1 7.7 6.3 5.3 3.8 3.4 6.7 3.9 3.9 3.5 2011 *2012 *2013 1.2 -6.0 NATIONAL QUERÉTARO -8.1 2004 GDP: 2005 2006 2007 $26,162 MDD GDP Per Capita: $14,310 USD Source: INEGI 2012 -2013 Forecast SEDESU 2008 2009 2010
  • 3. EMPLOYMENT WORKERS INSURED AT THE IMSS 411,335 420,000 400,000 380,000 360,000 340,000 320,000 FEB DIC ENE-13 NOV SEP OCT JUL AGO JUN ABR MAY FEB MAR DIC ENE-12 NOV SEP Querétaro occupies the 1st place in national employment growth with 31.6%, while the country’s employment growth is 16.0% OCT JUL AGO JUN ABR MAY FEB MAR DIC ENE-11 NOV SEP OCT JUL AGO JUN ABR MAY FEB MAR DIC ENE-10 NOV SEP OCT JUL AGO JUN ABR MAY FEB MAR ENE-09 300,000
  • 4. OUR CLUSTERS 1 FOOD AND BEVERAGES 2 APPLIANCES 3 AUTOMOTIVE 5 ITC’S 6 TELCOM 7 BIOTECHNOLOGY 4 AEROSPACE
  • 5. QUERÉTARO LEADER DEVELOPMENT IDENTITY EDUCATION GOBERNABILITY SECURITY ENVIRONMENT QUALITY OF LIFE
  • 6. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1st GDP average growth during the last 10 years(5.5%) Job creation (percentage) 2009-2012 1st Business Infrastructure 1st Business establishment growth Scientific and technological forum 2012 (ITESM 2010)
  • 7. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1st percent of manufacture components in R&D centers (SEP 2009) • The most dynamic economy in the country (OECD) • The only region in Mexico with a global investment degree (Standard and Poor's) • More than 900 Foreign Companies in the state • 225% Growth forecast of the Aerospace Sector
  • 8. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 3rd 1st International site with FDI (Financial Times 2013) Companies with intensive braches of knowledge. Specialized trainning of human capital (in engineering and technology) (ITESM 2010) 45 3rd Research centers Place in Technological Infrastructure (ITESM 2010)
  • 9. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1st GDP growth since the NAFTA signature (1994) 3rd Best city to do business (“América Economía”) Economically Active Population (ITESM 2010) 4th Most steady economy in Mexico. Metropolitan area with the highest economic potential in North America (only one located in Mexico) (IMCO 2008) 7th Metropolitan Area of the future in Latinamerica (FDI 2011)
  • 10. IDENTITY 4 World Heritage Sites by UNESCO • Santiago de Querétaro, Historical Downtown • Franciscan Missions of the “Sierra Gorda” • Memory and traditions of the Otomí people • “Camino Tierra Adentro” Querétaro, one of the 13 best preserved architectural World Heritage Sites in the world. 4 Magic Towns: • Bernal • Jalpan • Cadereyta • Tequisquiapan In Querétaro México got started... in 4 occassions: 1. Here the independence fight began (1810) 2. Here the Guadalupe-Hidalgo treaty was signed (1848) 3. Here the Republic was restored (1867) 4. Here the1917 Constitution was promulgated
  • 11. SECURITY 1° Less kidnaps registered (Citizen Institute of Insecurity Studies 2009). 2° Safest state (Delictive incidence and violence index CIDAC). 2° Security Perception Nationally (INEGI 2011) 67.3% 28.3% Intentional Homicides for each 100 thousand inhabitants: New Orleans, United States: Washington, United States: Sao Paulo, Brazil: Winnipeg, Canada: Querétaro: 56 22 11 5 4.5
  • 12. ENVIRONMENT 36% Of protected natural areas (SEDESU 2012) Sierra Gorda Biosphere The country’s most bio-diverse reserve 22% Of the country species (SEDESU 2012) 3.5 Times below the average in pounds of CO2 per unit of GDP (SEDESU 2012) 12 million planted trees
  • 13. EDUCATION 71 Superior level institutions (21 public, 50 private) 184 Postgraduate education options(45 specialities, 120 masters and 19 doctorates) 46 Research centers
  • 14. GOVERNABILITY 1st Political and functional system 1st Stable Public Finances 2nd Government investment 3rd Efficient and effective government 3rd Trustworthy and effective legal system (IMCO 2010) (AREGIONAL 2010) (IMCO 2010) (IMCO 2010) (IMCO 2010)
  • 15. QUALITY OF LIFE 1er Best Quality of Life in México Quality of Life Index (Incav 2012)
  • 16. STRATEGIES TO STRENGTHEN THE INTERNATIONAL ROLE OF QUERÉTARO INTERNATIONAL LINKING MODEL - LEADING PRINCIPLE: A SOCIAL DIPLOMACY Querétaro’s International Leaders Network Cooperation with Leader Regions UN Global Compact Clinton Global Initiative National Governors Association Plataform of NGO’s Heartland Initiative International Agendas for Economic Promotion International Media Broadcast
  • 17. INTERNATIONAL JOINT RESPONSIBILITY AGENDA MUNICIPALITIES UNIVERSITIES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTERS FOREIGN COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL ACTORS NGO’S CHAMBERS BUSINESS GOVERNMENT MEDIA