AMLO meets with businessmen from the Mexican Business Council

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador met on Thursday for a meal With businessmen from the Mexican Business Council (CMN) at the Caluse Museum, where they talked about electrical repair.

Upon his departure, he confirmed that it is the Chairman of the Council who will speak about the issues discussed during the meal. But he noted “an atmosphere of friendliness, cooperation and continuing to work together.”

Soon, Antonio del Valle Peruchina, head of the Mobile Communications Network, reported this to the media Electrical repair was one of the topicsIn which they agreed to give priority to dialogue with various sectors.

“This is how agreements and a solution beneficial to all Mexicans will be reached,” del Valle Peruchina said, adding that they had told Lopez Obrador that the necessary infrastructure must be provided to implement the reform.

The president arrived at the museum facilities accompanied by the businessman Alfonso Romo Garza, who until December last year was head of the presidential office, but continues to act as a government liaison with the business sector.

Also joining the meeting was Adan Augusto Lopez, the Minister of the Interior, who assured the media that “several issues” would be addressed.

according to ReshapeAmong the businessmen attending was Claudio X. González Laporte, who was publicly criticized on several occasions by López Obrador, for opposing his government projects.

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And he warned upon his arrival, according to the same media, “of course there are issues, we need more investment in order to grow and we have to be very careful that there are no blackouts.”

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Another dignitary who attended the meal at the Caloz Museum was Alejandro Ramirez, president of Cinépolis. Daniel Sertvig, from Grupo Bembo; Eduardo Trizio, from Grupo Lala; Blanca Trevigno, CEO of Softtek; Valentin Diez, Grupo Financiero Citibanamex Board Member, among others.

Mexican Business Council It is made up of 60 Mexican businessmen, representatives of various companies such as Alsea, FEMSA, Coppel, Banregio, Chedraui, Televisa and Liverpool.

Currently, the Board of Directors is chaired by Antonio del Valle Peruchina, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Grupo Kaluz made up of Orbia, SAB and Elementia companies; As Vice President is Blanca Trevino.

with information from Reshape (subscription required).

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