Los Cabos chosen for 2012 G20 Summit

Leaders and finance ministers of 20 of the world’s most powerful countries will be meeting in Cabo San Lucas

for the G20 Summit on June 20th. Nearly 16,000 visitors, including United States of America President Barrack Obama, are expected to attend the G20 Summit.

To accommodate this vital and grandiose meeting of the world’s financial powers, Mexican president Felipe Calderon allocated more than $180 million to build a new convention center in San Lucas, as well as the construction of a four-lane highway stretching from the airport at San Jose del Cabo to Cabo San Lucas.


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