Miami is one of the most important financial centers in the United States. It stands out as a center of commerce, finance, company headquarters and a strong international business community.
And it is that Miami enjoys a privileged geographical situation, being at the crossroads of the Caribbean, Central America and South America. That is why the city is the epicenter of international trade between the different Americas. The Miami Free Zone is the largest private commercial area in the world.
The city and its surroundings are home to the headquarters and headquarters of the most important multinational companies in the world and due to its proximity to Latin America, Miami serves as the headquarters of Latin American operations for more than 1,400 multinationals.
Two of the key economic enclaves in Miami's economic engine are the Miami International Airport and the Port of Miami. The city's customs process 40% of the exports that the United States makes to Latin America and the Caribbean.
The port of Miami leads the first position in a port for cruise ships in all of North America, as an example it has broken the record of 55,819 passengers arriving in the city in one day ... Likewise, the city center has the highest concentration of international banks of the country (more than 100) located exactly in Brickell, the financial district of Miami.