Looking to secure industrial policies to increase investment in Mexico

Through the National Productivity Committee, the Confederation of Industrial Chambers of Mexico (CONCAMIN) and the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) agreed to continue the coordinated work to push for better industrial policies, with the objective of maintaining and promoting productive investment in the country. One of the outcomes from this effort is the advancement reached towards the integration of the National System for Industrial Competitiveness, within the framework of the Great Alliance for a New Generation Industrial Policy, explained Manuel Herrera Vega, President of CONCAMIN. Both CONCAMIN and SHCP agreed that maintaining and increasing productive investment in Mexico during 2017 will be very important, making the most out of the modern jurisdictional scaffolding yielded from the structural reforms, in order to increase productivity, thus boosting investment in the energy sector, promoting both flexibility and formality in the working sector, competition and better financing conditions; as well as encouraging competition and investment.