Mexican Businesspeople Committed to Contribute to the Country
México, Feb 17 (Prensa Latina) The Business Coordinating Council (CCE in Spanish) of México committed with millionaire investments in the country, that faces todaty an uncertain situation in its links with its main trading and investment partner, the United States.
This was agreed facing president Enrique Peña Nieto, who closed the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the CCE, which recognized the commitment to boost national development.
The head of the federal Executive said that 2017 put the country on trial in diverse fronts, including the rise in oil prices, forcing to enact a policy of liberalizing fuels, vehicles in the national market, open today to private and foreign enterprises.
He referred as another pressure against the economy the revaluation of the dollar to the Mexican peso, cause of protests in several states of the country.
A real price of gasoline will promote a more rational consumption while promoting investment in the sector, added the governor the eve that the Secretary of the Economy decides another readjustment in the tariffs of automotive fuels.
Peña Nieto said 'the other front is that of building a positive relation with the United States government'.
Nobody forgets the importance of this moment for Mexicans in both sides of the border, he reiterated.
We have been clear as to principles and objectives which will guide any negotiation with the U.S. government. We will do so with the firmness given us by the support and the unity of Mexican society in defense of our principles and dignity as a nation', he emphasized.
He recalled Mexico started a period of domestic consultations toward the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Treaty.
'With security and firmness we will promote the interests of the Mexican productive sector. In parallel we will look to expand the diversificatuion of our exports so that Mexican products can reach more countries and generate greater incomes', he concluded.
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