The president of the Coparmex Merida, Gustavo Cisneros Buenfil, sees a very difficult 2018 for Yucatan due to the electoral process.
MERIDA – “From an economic point of view, there are projects that will have to be consolidated next year, in order to continue with the existing progress in tourism, economy and public security”, said the head of the institution.
“At national level, nobody is sure of what will be the outcome of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations, the United States fiscal reform and the federal elections in Mexico”, he added.
Coparmex sees a small finance and economic growth because reality is that the market has been decreasing while inflation has not stopped increasing, therefore, we must remain alert and be careful in our economic decisions.
In a conversation with the press, in which he was accompanied by the newly elected leader of the Coparmex Mérida, José Antonio Loret de Mola Gómory, who will be his successor from the second week of February and will protest on March 16, Cisneros Buenfil took office of his two years at the head of the organization.
Among other things, he highlighted that he strongly supported the approval of the Transparency Law known as “3 of 3”, that he has a very positive opinion on minimum wage readjustment, he said that the damages of Peña Nieto’s tax reform, will result in the creation of a fiscal council and a state anti-corruption system.
Among the projects that will remain pending is the system of indicators within the different business organizations, and the work of the Yucatan Competitiveness Center that provides reliable information on the economy and productivity, topics that will be followed up by his successor in the organization.
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