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Governor Sergio Salomón Céspedes Peregrina endorsed his government’s commitment to continue working together with businessmen to strengthen the economy, the arrival of investments and make Puebla a world benchmark in this area.
During his message at the “80th Anniversary” CANACINTRA Puebla industrial gala dinner, the governor reiterated that in the entity there is legal certainty for the arrival of investments, a correct application of the law, as well as transparent actions.
He recognized the members of the National Chamber of the Transformation Industry for contributing, from their respective companies, to the generation of jobs, which improve the living conditions of the people of Puebla.
Salomón Céspedes stressed that his administration works without distinctions or personal interests, In addition, it promotes joint work with all sectors of society to trigger progress in the entity and strengthen the social fabric through community building.
At the same time, Luis Espinosa Rueda, president of CANACINTRA in Puebla, recognized the opening of the government of Sergio Salomón, through the Ministry of Economy, to promote, together with the business sector, a bill for economic development. He indicated that the proposal aims to strengthen the strategies for the arrival of investments and that Puebla is even more a world reference in this area.
The head of the Ministry of Economy, Olivia Salomón, affirmed that the diagnosis and recommendations for the transition of the Mexican automotive industry favorably evaluate factors such as innovation, human capital, supplier development, infrastructure and governance, to consider Puebla as one of the best destinations for investment.
He said that the government of Puebla builds the conditions to give investors certainty, with the coordinated work carried out by the state executive, by touring the municipalities so that the benefits reach the 32 socioeconomic regions, along with public policies such as the formation of clusters, the promotion of cooperatives, the digitization of the marketing processes of entrepreneurs, as well as micro, small and medium-sized companies.
Present at the celebration were the honorary president of the SEDIF Board of Trustees, Gaby Bonilla; the president of the Board of Government and Political Coordination of the local Congress, Eduardo Castillo López; the Secretaries of the Interior and Economy, Julio Huerta Gómez and Olivia Salomón; the Secretary of Economy and Municipal Tourism of Puebla, Alejandro Cañedo Priesca; Héctor Alberto Sánchez Morales, president of the Puebla Business Coordinating Council; the rector of the UPAEP, Emilio Baños Ardavín, as well as businessmen and businessmen.