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Pesquería Municipality is a municipality of the state of Nuevo León in Mexico. It is located at 25º47´N 100º3´W and 330 metres (1,080 ft) above sea level.[1] It is part of the suburban area of the Monterrey Metropolitan area. Its distance to the Monterrey city downtown area is 36 kilometres (22 mi). To the east of Pesquería is Los Ramones, to the north is Doctor González, to the west are Apodaca and General Mariano Escobedo International Airport, and to the south is Cadereyta Jiménez, all of which are in Nuevo León.

The river Pesquería flows through the region.


Korean community[edit]

The creation of a new automotive plant by KIA has led to an influx of Korean immigrants and workers to the area. Colloquially, Pesquería has even been referred to as "Pescorea",[2] a portmanteau of Pesquería and the Spanish name for Korea, Corea.


The most important economic activities in the Pesqueria County are cattle-breeding (about 20,000 hectares) and agriculture (about 10,000 hectares).

Suitable clay deposits enabled founding of some works producing bricks and tiles of good quality for local consumption as well as for export.

An automotive plant was built by the Korean KIA Motors company in 2016 for a planned production of 300,000 cars yearly.


  1. ^ "". Retrieved 2017-10-20.
  2. ^ "Pesquería y su nueva realidad". Zócalo.

Coordinates: 25°47′06″N 100°03′04″W / 25.78500°N 100.05111°W / 25.78500; -100.05111