Jose Manuel Ureta Ortega, National President of the National Association of Regional Business Councils (ANCER), stressed that the states of Central and Southern Mexico have not yet been able to restore the jobs registered two years before the outbreak of the epidemic, and for this reason they need a homogeneous recovery of the Mexican economy.
The Veracruz businessman said the entities that were unable to recover from the effects of the health crisis and economic recession are Mexico City, Quintana Roo, Veracruz, Puebla, Guerrero, Oaxaca, Campeche and Michoacan.
Contrary to what was observed in the states of central and southern Mexico, he said, Tabasco has been one of the entities that has made the best recovery in the past two years, thanks to infrastructure development and public works.
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“We believe that this case can be a great driver of growth for the whole region, because we need a homogeneous economic recovery and job opportunities throughout the national territory,” said Orita Ortega.
The ANCER President said that Tabasco is a real land of opportunity, where traditional activities such as agribusiness and trade have found fertile ground, and today infrastructure development is a great asset.
“We want to reaffirm that country as an important destination for investment and development, which is why we decided to hold our extraordinary 2022 meeting in Villahermosa, which is the first of a series of meetings that we will hold during this year in different entities of the UAE,” he said.
In the context of the awarding of the Tabasco Medal of Commercial Merit 2022, business representatives from different parts of the republic will meet to discuss and approve various legal amendments, as well as to further strengthen unity and dialogue among regional businessmen.
Edgar Gardono Paz, President of the Coordination Council for Business (CCE) of Tabasco, noted that the ANCER association is necessary to achieve synergies with Tabasco business people, to develop strategies for growth and, above all, alliances that can be made to expand the horizon to the global. Markets our services.
“It takes mutual reinforcement, working capital, development, expertise, technology and business management between government entrepreneurs and those who make up ANCER, with the sole aim of improving our quality of life and society,” the local CCE representative noted.
“Without a doubt, the ANCER National Assembly in Villahermosa will serve as a forum for analyzing economic conditions by region after two years of the epidemic, which will result in short-term decisions,” said Lenin Amaru Betancourt, president of the council. Business Coordinator (CCE) of Riviera Maya and Vice President of ANCER for the Southeast Region.
He noted that in the case of Quintana Roo, which was hardest hit by the epidemic, it was also the country that experienced the fastest recovery, receiving more than 14 million tourists in 2021 and with anticipation. This 2022 not only matches the 2019 numbers, but exceeds them.
“For the southeast region, we are confident that projects such as the Maya Trains and the Isthmus will strengthen not only the region, but the entire country,” said Amaru Betancourt.
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The meeting will be attended by leaders and chairpersons of regional business councils from Baja California, Campeche, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Puebla, Riviera Maya, San Luis Potosi and Veracruz, among others, who will hold a meeting with the state’s governor, Carlos. Manuel Merino Fields. The Belgian Ambassador to Mexico, Johann Verkammen, will also be present as a special guest.
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