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AMLO rules out differences or lawsuits with the business sector

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated that the public sector and the business sector are working together and in a coordinated manner for the good of the Mexican economy, for which he assured that there are no differences and there are no lawsuits between the two.

At the National Palace, when presenting the 2020 edition of Buen Fin in the company of Carlos Salazar Lomelín, president of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE); Luis Niño de Rivera Lajous, president of the Association of Banks of Mexico (ABM); José Manuel López Campos, president of the Confederation of National Chambers of Commerce, Services and Tourism (Concanaco-Servytur); Francisco Cervantes Díaz, president of the Confederation of Chambers of Industrialists (Concamin), and Vicente Yáñez Solloa, president of the National Association of Self-Service and Departmental Stores (Antad), the head of the federal Executive pointed out that all federal government agencies are working with representatives of the private initiative.

“I am very happy to be here with the representatives of the private sector. We have been working together in everything that benefits the country, in everything that benefits the people, everything that helps improve the economy of Mexico. We are working in a coordinated manner all the agencies with the representatives of the business sector.

“We are very pleased that this time, again, we are together, there are no differences, no lawsuits to put it more clearly. The private sector and the public sector are working together for the good of Mexico, “he commented shortly before concluding with his morning conference in the Treasury room.









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