The demand for inputs from the hospitality industry opens up a seat for strategic investments allowing to detonate the agro-industrial sector.
The State Government, through Pro Quintana Roo reaches out to investments that diversify the economy and rises productivity for the agribusinesses.
- Only 3.12% of the total area is used in crops and agriculture development.
- As of 2015, agriculture represented only 0.72% of the State’s GDP (average in the last 10 years has been 0.8%).
- The State’s agriculture potential is enormous and yet to be developed.
- Sectors with export potential: vegetables (raw cane sugar) and wood.