Samsung to invest $500 mln in Mexico, foreign minister says
Ebrard said the investment will be in the northern border city of Tijuana.
(Reuters) - Samsung Electronics will invest $500 million in Mexico in order to increase production of home appliances in the country, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Monday.
On Twitter, Ebrard said the investment will be in the northern border city of Tijuana and Queretaro in central Mexico. He said he had met with the company’s Chief Executive, Han Jong-Hee.