In June 2012, Los Cabos was honored to host the 2012 G20 Summit. This summit is one of the most important meetings held between world leaders each year.
The G20, or Group of Twenty is made up of 19 member countries with the European Union representing the twentieth member. The group's purpose is to coordinate economic and financial policies that will help achieve global economic stability and sustainable growth. Since 2008, the G20 has worked tirelessly to ensure that the world's economy is strong and sustainable.
Mexico was the second emerging country to host a G20 summit, and was the first Latin American nation to do so. For two days, members of the Group of Twenty met in the Los Cabos Convention Center to discuss the best plan moving forward with respect to the global economy. Mexican President Felipe Calderón took the initiative to use this summit to expand the G20′s developmental focus. President Calderón wanted to use Mexico as an example of how important emerging economies are to the world's financial success as a whole.
When it came to getting to and from the summit, some of the countries attending the G20, including India, Canada, Brazil, Columbia, Russia, the United States, Chile, Cambodia and four other delegations elected to use Transcabo to handle all their transportations needs. We are proud that the world's leaders trusted us with the important task of shuttling dignitaries from the Convention Center to their hotels and back again. Transcabo Meetings & Incentives knows how important the G20 Summit is to the world's economy and was honored to be a part of it.
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