President Andrés Manuel López Obrador committed to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to meet with representatives of companies from that country that operate in Mexico and complain about the current government’s energy policy.
Within the framework of the conclusion of the X Summit of North American Leaders, Justin Trudeau and López Obrador delivered a joint message, and the Mexican President recognized and promised to resolve the differences that exist on energy matters between the two governments.
López Obrador said, “We talked about the companies that are working in the electricity sector, we are also trying to solve the problems, the differences that these economic, commercial relations (…) are generated logically while talking.”
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“I have made a commitment with Prime Minister Trudeau to get companies that may have pending issues or some disagreement with the attitude of our government, we are always open to dialogue,” he said.
On the other hand, the official highlighted the investments of Canadian companies in Mexico, assuring that the country is experiencing a boom, in addition, according to the executive, a gas pipeline that Canada is building will allow gas to the Mexican southeast. would like to supply.
“We have dealt with economic issues related to investments in Mexico by Canadian companies, mining companies, important companies like TransCanada, who are investing to build a gas pipeline to the Gulf of Mexico,” he said.