Consulate General of Mexico in Guangzhou


Tianhe Street No. 208, building Teem Tower, 20th floor, office 07,  Tianhe District, Zip Code. 510620, Guangzhou, China

Chinese address:

中国广州市天河区天河路208号, 粤海天河城大厦20楼01室。 


(8620) 22081540/41

Fax    (8620) 22081539
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Mexico office in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong, to the Consulate on February 28, 2006, on behalf of all the activities started, thus becoming Latin America and Spain language first Consulate in Guangdong Province of the country. Jurisdiction including Guangdong, Hainan, and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

In July 2008, formerly belonged to the Mexico Consulate-General in Shanghai for Guangzhou consular jurisdiction in the three provinces of Hunan, Jiangxi and Fujian. Since the jurisdiction of the Consulate General in Guangzhou to six provinces: Guangdong, Guangxi, Hunan, Hainan, Fujian and Jiangxi.

Guangdong's economic importance, reflected in it as the main center of China's manufacturing sector, thus becoming one of the largest provinces in import demand. Since 1979, when China began the process of economic reform, Guangdong becameone of the nation's major economic centres.

Its favorable geographical distribution and with the Hong Kong, Macao and Southeast Asia in economic interaction, so that it became one of the most flexible of investment and foreign trade province.

Zhongshan, Zhuhai, Shenzhen, Foshan and Dongguan city, Pearl River industrial corridor, in less than 30 years become a true Center to promote economic, trade, financial, services, communication and the rapid development of high-tech, and have an impact in China and Southeast Asia.

Mexico most of the ancestral home of overseas Chinese in Guangdong. Close relatives to travel to Mexico the Cantonese immigrants continues to grow, form the core of overseas Chinese in Latin America the most important one.

Mexico exports more than half of China to Guangdong as the final destination. Many businessmen and entrepreneurs come to Guangdong to visit suppliers and set upoffices.