Tourism is a priority that it seeks to strengthen in southern Sinaloa, after a temporary suspension, as a result of COVID-19
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The social paralysis that encompasses the productive sectors in Sinaloa as a consequence of this COVID-19 pandemic, is not only concerned, but it is also busy and ready to face once this health contingency passes, to speed up the pace and the economy is reactivated, said Alfredo Ruelas Solís.
The president of the Council for the Economic Development of Sinaloa in the southern zone stressed that the priority is to attend to the field of tourism, which has been suspended for a couple of weeks, as it has to close the lodging centers, and with it thousands of jobs. suspended, in addition to other items that have been passed on, for the sake of sanitary measures.
“The alternatives that we would like to propose to the state and federal authorities as a private sector, such as tourism, but we are in the process of ‘analyzing ‘, in the committee, to inform the authorities.
He admitted that this challenge, unprecedented in the world, as a consequence of COVID-19, implies that everyone must adapt to their objectives and add up to the challenges for Sinaloa, once there is the possibility to start companies at full speed to overcome the ‘ economic downturn’ that keeps broad sectors mired at this moment.
Ruelas Solís said that thanks to technology the regional presidents of Codesin maintain communication to analyze and see the alternatives, in the case of Mazatlán, they add virtual meetings with inter-chamber leaders to ‘cook’ the projects and make them see the authorities of all the levels.
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