Iron door. Chapultepec Zone. WTC Guadalajara. Centro Magno. Providence’s Financial District. Financial District Puerta de Hierro. Providence’s Financial District. Guadalajara’s economy is active in all three economic sectors (economic activities) that are the primary, secondary and tertiary. The primary activities are based on the transit and trade of cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, horses, poultry. The secondary activities are based on textile and metalworking industries. Guadalajara is the industrial capital in western Mexico and its industrial sector grows and recovers quickly from events in the mid-1990s. The food industry exports most of its products (juices, canned goods, candies, sauces and food in general) of these exports is 60 domestic and 40 are submitted to the U.S., where products are leaders in tapatios the market.In the pharmaceutical industry Guadalajara plays the biggest role in the national production surpassed only by the Federal District and is one of the largest distributors in the country. Currently, Guadalajara is known as “Silicon Valley” of Mexico, due to the high growth and development of the electronics industry: the main software factories in the country and the largest manufacturers of electronic components and cutting-edge digital devices hosting companies General Electric, IBM, Kodak, Intel, Hewlett Packard, Siemens, Flextronics, Gateway, Sanmina-SCI, Dell, Solectron, and BlackBerry, and is also one of the major cities in the metalworking industry.The city is also pioneering textile production and exports nationally, and one of the largest distributors of clothing in Mexico, the fashion industry is another sector that is growing strongly in the city, fashion designers, photographers agencies, coordinators, models, and people around this area are supported by the Chamber of the Clothing Industry (CAINVE) and the Chamber of the Footwear Industry (CAIC) through the Chamber of Commerce, the city hosts the event most fashionable in Mexico Intermoda Another of the most dynamic and productive sectors in Guadalajara are major footwear and leather production. The city is the largest producer of footwear and leather goods in the country doing dumbbell in the city of Leon.Production of furniture and handicrafts is another important economic activity, exporting a large amount of manufacturing in the country, Europe and the U.S., the latter being one of the main consumers of furniture, handicrafts and decorative items manufactured in the city. Guadalajara is the leading producer of jewelry in the country and world leader in production of tequila. One of the economic sectors that grew in the late nineteenth century is the health of Guadalajara has prestige in heart operations, transplantation, dermatology, cosmetic surgery industry is one of the fastest growing at present, has the most prestigious doctors national graduates of academic institutions based in Guadalajara that enjoy international prestige also making formal education colleges, private and public schools in other sectors that attract more economic development to the city.The national expansion of businesses Tapatias has had the fastest growth at the beginning of this century, both small and international emporiums tapatios have had one of the biggest growth nationally such as Oils, Fats and Derivatives Aceros Corey Asci Bansi Chocolatera Ibarra cklass, Companhia Siderurgica de Guadalajara Computing in Action Consorcio Aga, Dulces de la Rosa Dulces Vero Farmacia Guadalajara Ferreter as Calzada Amutio Ferretero Group, Hills Industries, Laboratorios Julio Laboratorios Pisa Dairy Guadalajara Libraries Gonville, Lob, Megacable, Mexico Lubricant Furniture Plascencia Notisistema Omnilife Technology Solutions, Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Universidad del Valle de Atemajac and Urrea, among others.Tertiary activities are based on tourism, which is one of the most important sectors in Guadalajara, architectural aesthetics, historical and cultural heritage make it attractive for both domestic and foreign tourism. The city has a large infrastructure of malls, museums, recreational parks, passages, architectural, sports clubs, restaurants, bars, shopping areas and interest, nightclubs, hotels etc.., Which are sufficient to practice cultural tourism (which expected one of the most significant growth worldwide within the next 5 years), tourism, entertainment, sports and tourism academics. Trade is one of the most dynamic of the city, we make the sale of domestic and imported products, the city is a leader nationally in growth and investment in shopping malls. The services are of all kinds: financial, professional, technical, community, social, personal, maintenance and tourism.