Last Update: 05/07/2021
Diverse realities and development processes coexist in Mexico as a consequence of the country’s great territorial extension and its climatic and population diversity. In this context, regional development programs enable the society to attend problems such as poverty, unemployment and productivity in a more efficient way than if they were to be solved at a national level.
Historically, planning processes in Mexico have been carried out from a regional development perspective. As a consequence, the agencies and entities of the federal government consider this approach in the definition and implementation of policies and programs.
Recently, Banobras has been participating actively in the promotion of an initiative that seeks the development of regions, municipalities and cities, based on sustainability and its productive vocation. This program is implemented according to specific methodologies, good practices and international experiences in the field.