Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister Canada, Assured Mexican businessmen that they are a stable and reliable investment destination and partner in an uncertain world.
During a private meeting with members of the Trade Coordination Council (CCE), the President said, “Canada is a stable and reliable partner, it is also a leader in responsible mining and is home to nearly half of the publicly traded mining and mineral exploration companies. is home.” , ) at the Industrial Club of Mexico City.
Globally, Canadian mining companies have a presence in more than 100 countries, so “I’m very pleased to see so many members of the mining community here today,” said the Canadian politician.
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“We’re not just talking about extracting natural resources, but we know that critical minerals are essential to the many jobs, businesses, innovations and technologies that will be relied upon for years and decades to come.”
Initiatives, whether green, quantum and artificial intelligence initiatives depend on economically sustainable and environmentally sustainable minerals, said the Prime Minister of Canada.
Justin Trudeau’s meeting with Mexican businessmen takes place within the framework of a trilateral business summit, with topics of discussion on migration, energy and trade relations between Mexico, the United States and Canada.
“Supply chains must be efficient, but they also need to be flexible and reliable and that is why the friendship between our three countries as a trusted and close party is one of the great advantages of Canada, Canada, Mexico and the United States In an uncertain world,” Justin Trudeau declared.
The Prime Minister said problems come and go and pressures linger, but there are many opportunities the world expects from us in agri-food, automotive and renewable energy innovation.
“It’s time to build and deliver together, it’s time for us to continue moving forward in this matter,” he said.
The President of Canada stressed that the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of the North American region as well as the need for greater economic integration, particularly in terms of supply chains.
In the North American region, they are working together to build electric vehicles that people want to drive: “Those vehicles depend on batteries made from critical minerals.”
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Therefore, Canada plans to capitalize on the opportunity by creating a generation of trusted business leaders around the world.
Today “reliable supplies are needed, energy minerals are everywhere in the world but the disruptions of the pandemic have convinced us that we need reliable partners,” he said.
Canada’s prime minister called on us not to lower our guard on the issue of the environment and the extraction of minerals such as lithium, as this will be the basis for the next technological innovations.