Mexico to invest $4.5 million geospatial infrastructure system

Mexico to invest $4.5 million geospatial infrastructure system

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Mexico: On the occasion of the 6th Summit of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS), held in Merida (Mexico), the Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, has proposed to its Caribbean counterparts, the establishment of an information and geospatial infrastructure system. This system will anticipate major natural hazards that affect the region and that have significant economic and social consequences. The President Nieto announced that his country will invest $4.5 million in this system, for the purchase of technological equipment.

Source: Caribbean News Now