Francisco Cervantes is reelected president of Mexico’s Business Coordinating Council (CCE)

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Francisco Cervantes reelected president of Mexico's Business Coordinating Council

In the Ordinary Annual Assembly of Associates of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE), it was unanimously determined that Francisco Cervantes will lead a second term in the top organization of the country’s private sector.

“I am deeply honored that they have placed their trust in me, for the second consecutive year, to represent the private initiative during the 2023-2024 period. I am sure that if we continue to bet on constructive dialogue, we will have to face the challenges as a united and coordinated sector, ”said the businessman after his appointment.

During the session, the presidents of the organizations that make up the CCE recognized the leadership of Francisco Cervantes and highlighted the important role of the business sector in the current political and financial issues of recent months.

Given this, the business leader recalled that the pillars of his management are to maximize the advantages of the Treaty between Mexico, the United States, and Canada (T-MEC) and trade; support from all possible angles to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs); and consolidate business actions with a social dimension.

In the same way, he thanked the trust and reiterated his commitment to dialogue with a constructive spirit, to continue giving direction and certainty to the sector, for the benefit of the development and competitiveness of the country.

Finally, he urged the members of the Executive Commission to continue strengthening the organizations that make up the CCE and the businessmen.

Source: El Financiero

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