Tijuana ranks third in competitiveness
During the weekly press conference of Tijuana Economic Development Council, Miguel Gracia Heredia, Head of Baja California Institute for Quality, Instituto Baja California para la Calidad (IBCC), pointed-out that Tijuana is receiving recognition because work is being done with world class standards.
“That is why the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness, Instituto Mexicano para la Competitividad (IMCO), ranks Tijuana third in competitiveness in Mexico, after Monterrey and Mexico City, which have a larger population and longer history”, he said.
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