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Claudia Sheinbaum held a meeting with the Business Coordinating Council (CCE)

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On Wednesday, June 19th, Mexican businessmen considered that the future president of Mexico, Claudia Sheinbaum, has the opportunity to be “a very good president.”

This was expressed by the president of the board of the Kimberly Clark company, Claudio X. González Laporte, father of one of the businessmen most criticized by the current president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, after the first approach of the future first president with the sector private, after the last and historic elections of June 2.

“I think we have a great opportunity and she has a great potential to be a very good president and we all have to contribute to it,” Claudio X. Gonzalez told the local media in a brief interview.

The businessman indicated that Sheinbaum has been clear, frank and direct in seeking shared development, while recognizing that she has offered the private sector the confidence and “certainty necessary for there to be a lot of inclusive investment, take care of the environment and create many jobs.”

“It was a very good meeting, very clear, now we all have to work hard (…) I think it is a good start, it is obvious that in reality we all have to do our part so that Mexico grows and takes advantage of all its opportunities,” he added.

For his part, Máximo Vedoya, general director of Ternium, a leading steel producer in Latin America, said that they see in the next Mexican Government, which Sheinbaum will lead, “a common vision of what needs to be done, at least in the industrial issue in Mexico”.

In addition, he highlighted the great opportunity that the country has to develop the secondary sector.

“She was very clear that she seeks the industrialization of Mexico, it is something that we from the Chamber of Transformation have been saying for many years,” Máximo Vedoya declared.

Meanwhile, Jorge Castañón, former leader of the Mexican Employers’ Confederation (Coparmex) and the Business Coordinating Council (CCE), agreed that Mexico has a huge opportunity to grow its economy and FDI.

However, he contrasted that there are also risks in the immediate future, as he said “there may be nervousness in the markets, not certainty towards the future.”

“Perhaps some investments that were planned will not land. We have a great opportunity, but also a risk that we have to address,” Jorge Castañón said.

Carlos Salazar, former director of Mexican Economic Development (Femsa), said he was confident that conditions will work in favor of the country and stressed the opportunity represented by the integration of value chains.

In this context, the private sector announced that it has investments ready for more than 42 billion US dollars in 2024, which was taken as a sign of confidence by the private initiative in the upcoming administration.

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