FEMSA to invest US$3 billion in Mexico
MEXICO CITY — During a meeting with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the president of Fomento Economico Mexicano (FEMSA), José Antonio Fernández Carbajal announced that they will make an investment of almost US$3 billion and will generate 41,000 job positions over the next three years
Said meeting was promoted by Alfonso Romo, head of the Presidency Office and some of the executives that gathered together were the president of the CCE, Carlos Salazar; the president of the Mexican Business Council, Antonio del Valle and the president of the Concamin, Francisco Cervantes Díaz.
For his part, Fernandez Carbajal stressed that this meeting brought the opportunity to express the importance of maintaining a permanent and honest dialogue by identifying always coincidences and manifesting as well different points of view.
Source: El Economista