German – Mexican relationship continues to be strong


The German – Mexican Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CAMEXA, by its Spanish initials) held their monthly German dinner last March 29th in Monterrey, representatives from different associated companies and members of the German community in general were present.

This time, the meeting had the special participation of the Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Mexico, Peter Tempel and Tobias Lange, Industrial Affairs Counselor of the German Embassy in Mexico City.

During his participation in the dinner, Peter Tempel assured German companies continue seeing a strategic ally in Mexico for their growth and they will continue investing in the country while economic and political conditions are favorable as today.

The ambassador pointed out Mexico’s qualities as industrial country, among which highlighted its excellent geographic location as it is close to the United States and Canada, has highly efficient and well trained workforce.

“Its proximity with the United States and access to markets such as the Asian and European are part of its advantages.  Mexico and Germany have been great commercial and industrial partners for years and we hope to continue cooperating for long time,” he noted.

The German – Mexican Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CAMEXA) began activities in 1929.  The Chamber is part of the network of German Chamber abroad that has 140 offices and 92 countries.

With more than 800 member companies, CAMEXA offers the main contacts and information network for bilateral business between Germany and Mexico.  Associated companies provide the Chamber with a voice with presenting in political, economic and administrative sectors to promote bilateral economic relations.