Industrial parks

Powerline

Gas

Regional Vocations

Angelopolis Region I

51% of the State's Economical Units

33 Municipalities

2,850,093 Inhabitants

7,340.40 Census Gross Added Value (million dollars)

19% of the State's Economically Active Population (PEA)

560,919 Total Empolyed Personnel

Main Economic Activities

Manufacture of transport equipment

Food industry

Wholesale of groceries, food, beverages, ice and tobacco

Agricultural Sector

RELEVANT CHARACTERISTICS

The Tochtepec-Atoyatempan dairy basin provides nearly half of the milk produced in the state.

PARTICIPATION OF THE REGION IN THE ENTIRE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION OF THE STATE

67% Cauliflower

62% Pear

46% Poblano peper

Valley of Atlixco and Matamoros Region II

7% of the State's Economical Units

24 Municipalities

398,169 Inhabitants

155.47 Census Gross Added Value (million dollars)

1.5% of the State's Economically Active Population (PEA)

43,498 Total Empolyed Personnel

Main Economic Activities

Apparel manufacture

Chemical industry

Wholesale and retail trade of groceries, food, beverages, ice and tobacco

Agricultural Sector

RELEVANT CHARACTERISTICS

It has the sugar mill with the highest production nationwide.

PARTICIPATION OF THE REGION IN THE TOTAL AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION OF THE STATE

2nd National Place aquaculture production among the States without coast line.

3rd National Place cattle production.

Serdan and Central Valleys Region III

10% of the State's Economical Units

31 Municipalities

695,711 Inhabitants

293.80 Census Gross Added Value (millions dollars)

2% of the State's Economically Active Population (PEA)

57,161 Total Empolyed Personnel

Main Economic Activities

Food industry

Wholesale and retail of groceries, food, beverages, ice and tobacco

Transports, post and storage

Agricultural Sector

RELEVANT CHARACTERISTICS

Main prickly pear exporter.

PARTICIPATION OF THE REGION IN THE TOTAL AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION OF THE STATE

100% Prickly pear

73% Broad bean grain

54% Barley grain

Northeastern Region IV

7% of the State's Economical Units

28 Municipalities

556,394 Inhabitants

161.70 Census Gross Added Value (million dollars)

1.5% of the State's Economically Active Population (PEA)

46,362 Total Empolyed Personnel

Main Economic Activities

Apparel manufacture

Wholesale and retail of groceries, food, beverages, ice and tobacco

Food & beverages preparation services

Agricultural Sector

RELEVANT CHARACTERISTICS

Main Producer of Citrus Fruits

PARTICIPATION OF THE REGION IN THE TOTAL AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION OF THE STATE

96% Tangerine

66% Lime

45% Orange

Northern Sierra Region V

9% of the State's Economical Units

35 Municipalities

669,604 Inhabitants

678.35 Census Gross Added Value (million dollars)

1.6% of the state's Economically Active Population (PEA)

47,534 Total Empolyed Personnel

Main Economic Activities

Wholesale and retail of groceries, food, beverages, ice and tobacco

Food industry

Food & beverages preparation services

Agricultural Sector

RELEVANT CHARACTERISTICS

Main Producer of Vanilla with denomination of origin.

PARTICIPATION OF THE REGION IN THE ENTIRE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION OF THE STATE

45% Vanilla

45% Cherry Coffee (Raw)

58% Orange

Mixteca Region VI

4% of the State's Economical Units

45 Municipalities

257,538 Inhabitants

62.71 Census Gross Added Value (million dollars)

0.8% of the State's Economically Active Population (PEA)

26,022 Total Empolyed Personnel

Main Economic Activities

Wholesale and retail of groceries, food, beverages, ice and tobacco

Manufacturing industry

Food & beverages preparation services

Agricultural Sector

RELEVANT CHARACTERISTICS

Denomination of Origin of Mezcal.

PARTICIPATION OF THE REGION IN THE ENTIRE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION OF THE STATE

74% Dragon fruit

50% Peanut

30% Sorghum

Tehuacan and Sierra Negra Region VII

12% of the State's Economical Units

21 Municipalities

711,374 Inhabitants

350.65 Census Gross Added Value (million dollars)

3.1% of the State's Economically Active Population (PEA)

92,505 Total Empolyed Personnel

Main Economic Activities

Food industry

Apparel manufacture

Wholesale of groceries, food, beverages, ice and tobacco

Agricultural Sector

RELEVANT CHARACTERISTICS

1st place in diversity of flora in Mexico.
Protected reserve of the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Biosphere with great floristic diversity.

PARTICIPATION OF THE REGION IN THE ENTIRE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION OF THE STATE

74% Dragon fruit

50% Peanut

30% Sorghum

Ciudad Modelo

New development pole

One of the most modern plants in the world required a city to match, having the opportunity to build a city from scratch, to achieve a model project, hired the best offices to apply the latest concepts of urbanism and the result was the planning in three stages of a smart city.

Ciudad Modelo was designed as a socially inclusive space, with a wide range of social housing, services and public facilities that serve both the inhabitants of San Jose Chiapa and to the existing localities of the region.

Stage 1 5,029 dwellings; 19,613 residents.
Stage 2 15,450 dwellings; 60,255 residents.
Stage 3 5,720 dwellings; 22,308 residents.

A City for All

26,299 dwellingssocial, medium and residential housing, promoting a healthy lifestyle in which the social coexistence is fostered.

7 hectares of sports center with four sports courts.

Green City

102 hectares destined for recreational parks.

466 sq feet per capita 40% higher than the World Health Organization standar (WHO), favoring sport and physical activity.

A City with Efficient Mobility

30 miles of bicycle lane.

1 million 148 thousand sq feet of roadways favoring the harmonic movement between cyclists, motorists and pedestrians throughout the length and breadth of the city.

City of Knowledge

School center in 7,8 hectares offers all levels from pre-school to high school.

Bilingual Technological University will provide courses in Advanced University Technician (TSU) in mechatronics, robotics; industrial processes; automotive information systems; information and communication technology.

BUAP Campus will offer careers in Systems Engineering and Industrial Information Technologies; Engineering in Processes and Management Industrial and Engineering in Automation and Autotronics.

City of Services

Integral Services Center (CIS) it lodges all offices to do any type of procedures that the citizens need.

Audi Conventions Center it will have areas for fairs, exhibitions, congresses, sports activities or concerts, and will be able to accommodate up to 1,200 spectators, in an area of 37 thousand 114 square feets.

To cover health care, the city has a Health Services Center and an IMSS Hospital.

Intelligent City

City integrated by infrastructure of last generation services, that will allow the efficient use of services in an intelligent and sustainable way.

    Underground service infrastructure networks.
    Optic fiber network with Wireless Internet access points.
    Public lighting with led technology.
    Water treatment plant and wastewater treatment plant.
    Intelligent public transport line with stops at 328 yards maximum.
    Separate garbage collection system in order to recycle organic and inorganic material subject to reuse.
    Surveillance cameras to ensure public safety.