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Our approach to territorial planning involves exploiting the inherent strengths of the region, identifying opportunities with the greatest potential for socio-economic development while improving the quality of life of the citizens.

In addition, we contribute to the competitiveness of the region through the inclusion of functional communications networks, promoting the introduction of economic activities which lead to the generation of qualified employment while maintaining total respect for the environment.

Bi-Oceanic Corridor in Bolivia: 6 Municipal Plans of Territorial Planning & 1 Meta-plan

The region between the City of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, and the Brazilian border, is part of the International Bi-Oceanic Corridor:...

Territorial Development of the Guerrero, Oaxaca & Chiapas Coastal Region

The Coastal Region of the States of Guerrero, Oaxaca and Chiapas, extends over 1,338 km of coastline. Given the presence of economic activities...

Preliminary Study for Sustainable and Integrated Development of the Lobito-Benguela Railway Corridor

Angola’s unprecedented economic and social growth over the past decade has provided the country with the necessary capacity to move towards a structured...


Gulf of Fonseca, Territory of peace and sustainable development

June 13, 2019

Gulf of Fonseca, Territory of peace and sustainable development

The Presidents of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega Saavedra; Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández Alvarado; and El Salvador, Salvador Sánchez Cerén (at the date of the meeting), jointly...

Gulf of Fonseca, a strategic commitment

December 20, 2018

Gulf of Fonseca, a strategic commitment

“Zone of Peace, Sustainable Development and Security” was the guiding principle of the Declaration of Managua, signed in 2007 by the presidents of El Salvador,...

Accelerating the economic growth of Mexico

April 6, 2017

Accelerating the economic growth of Mexico

The Special Economic Zones (SEZs) project emerges as an initiative of the Mexican Federal Executive and is part of the strategy to detonate territorial development...