North Capital Forum 2023: October 4 to 6 in CDMX

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North Capital Forum 2023: this is how the event that seeks greater integrity and competitiveness in North America began

The event will take place from October 4 to 6 in CDMX. Its objective is to propose solutions for Mexico, the US, and Canada.

Enrique Perret proposed five objectives for the development of the North American region (Photo: Diego Alva/Infobae México)Enrique Perret proposed five objectives for the development of the North American region (Photo: Diego Alva/Infobae México)

For the second consecutive year, Mexico City (CDMX) is the headquarters of the North Capital Forum, an event led by the binational organization US-Mexico Foundation (USMF), which aims to understand the main challenges of North America, from economic development even trilateral security.

North capital forum 2023, panel a sky full of stars, Enrique Perret, Susan Segal,Alejandro Ramirez, Rob Wildeboer

The purpose of this organization, directed by Enrique Perret, is to jointly create solutions that benefit Mexico, the United States (USA), and Canada in matters of migration, climate change, mobility, financial inclusion, education, public relations, culture, technologies emerging, and cybersecurity.

To understand the importance of North America as an economic and political unit, the event – ​​which will take place from October 4 to 6 – will host more than 700 participants and there will be 23 panels featuring nearly 100 speakers. Ambassadors, governors, CEOs, and business leaders will meet to present proposals that help build a more competitive region on a global level.

The opening ceremony took place in the main patio of the Mining Palace at 5:00 p.m. this Wednesday and was chaired by Enrique Perret, executive director of the USMF organization, who welcomed the first speakers and presented the general axis of the event.

The Mining Palace will receive the activities of the North Capital Forum (Photo: Diego Alva/ Infobae México)The Mining Palace will receive the activities of the North Capital Forum (Photo: Diego Alva/ Infobae México)

“What should we do right now for North America and where do we see ourselves in the near future?” was the question with which Perret began the ceremony. To respond to this, he proposed focusing on five main objectives in strategic areas such as:

-Shared prosperity and job creation: the goal is to have 110 million jobs related to the trade of manufactured products by 2050.

-Economic growth: the aim is to build a more prosperous and globally competitive region.

-Intraregional trade: increase trade in goods between North American countries to reach USD 14 trillion by 2050.

-Investment in infrastructure: strengthen supply chains that lead to a more environmentally friendly energy transition.

-Labor mobility and talent attraction: triple student exchange from 70 thousand to 210 thousand students by 2050.

North capital forum 2023, panel a sky full of stars, Enrique Perret, Susan Segal, Alejandro Ramirez, Rob Wildeboer (Photo: Diego Alva/Infobae México)North Capital Forum 2023, panel a sky full of stars, Enrique Perret, Susan Segal, Alejandro Ramirez, Rob Wildeboer (Photo: Diego Alva/Infobae México)

Perret, who has extensive experience in the bilateral relationship between Mexico and the United States, emphasized that to have greater economic and labor development, participation is needed not only from commercial industries but also from financial institutions, governments of each country, and business leaders.

For the second day of activities, forums focused on national security, technological innovation, border protection, cultural exchanges, and the 2026 World Cup will be held. For the third, presentations will be made on the trilateral relationship between Mexico, the US, and Canada.

Source: northcapitalforum.com

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