senator alejandro armenta mire Called on businesses to import substitute to take advantage of a plan agreed upon by the presidents of Mexico, the United States and Canada so that North America becomes self-sufficient and stops importing goods from Asian countries.
When meeting with representatives of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers (CONCAMIN), he also explained to the President of the Senate that it is an opportunity to produce in the region, but to close the doors to the smuggling of ships, such as merchandise for substances, As fentanyl for textile, clothing, footwear, illegal and poor quality products.
The purpose of the meeting was to give continuity to the themes of a legislative agenda that allows the promotion of micro, small and medium-sized Mexican companies, the strengthening of the national internal market, as well as the promotion of development and social welfare.
During the meeting held in the Antigua Casona de Xicotencatl, the senator from Puebla highlighted the importance of productive sectors in national development, especially those that represent 90 percent of our country’s exports.
He stressed that, in this project, the interoceanic train “plays an exceptional role” and even that, Canada and the United States are already reviewing a railway route from Winnipeg in Canada, for which he insisted that Mexico is an opportunity area to enter global business with a region having more than 500 million consumers.
confederation of industrial chambers
Alejandro Armenta promised to promote the discussion of the agenda raised by the representatives of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers in the ordinary period of the next session, including such topics as the promotion of competition and the development of companies; adaptation in the management of non-renewable resources; or simplification of administrative procedures in tax matters.
In addition, he reiterated that the Senate of the Republic has always been an ally of the productive sectors, including Ricardo Monreal Avila, president of the Political Coordination Board, and Ernesto Pérez Astorga, head of the Finance and Public Debt Commission. Therefore, he reiterated his desire to work with openness and cooperation and promote national development.
The President of CONCAMIN, Jose Abugaber, affirmed that the confederation shares the proposal of the Head of the Federal Executive, to form a joint committee with the United States and Canada, to import substitute, with this in mind that they form a group of 125 chambers and federations that they represent 40 percent of GDP, 52 percent of formal employment and more than 90 percent of the country’s exports.