Mexico national bank lends for Riviera Maya development

Already more than 2,000 new hotel rooms whave been added to Mexico's Riviera Maya region in 2015 and, now, The Bank of National Foreign Trade is currently signing more loans to ensure funding for more and new development in the region, according to Riviera Maya News.

Finance director of Tourism Investment Projects of the National Foreign Trade Bank (Bancomext), Gerardo Gonzalez Corona, told the Riviera News that the area is one of the most important growth opportunities for tourist attractions, "so funding is set aside to strengthen and increase its hotel infrastructure."

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"We have roughly 40 percent of our portfolio here."

He said the policies of the federation is that the bank’s resources are for providing entrepreneurs with the intention to create jobs, resources and regional and state development, across the coastline of Quintana Roo, including Cozumel.

Projectors for the region are hoping that if growth and development continue, that by 2017, there will be an additional 4,000 new accommodation rooms in the state of Quintana Roo.

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