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Tatiana Clouthier, head of the Ministry of Economy, assured that Mexico will comply with what was agreed in the T-MEC
The head of the Ministry of Economy (SE), Tatiana Clouthier Carrillo, assured that the T-MEC (Mexico, United States and Canada Treaty) was signed to comply with the established provisions and not to “enter into lawsuits.”
That is the way in which the T-MEC was signed, that is the path we want to follow with the three countries and we would like to start with a lawsuit
At a press conference, the federal official stated that the letter sent by the Donald Trump administration to express his concern about Mexico’s energy policy was a letter “At the last minute, as well as saying ‘so they don’t say’, and there it stays on the table.”
He recalled that the agency he directs is working in coordination with the Ministry of Energy (Sener), headed by Rocío Nahle; however, it is the latter that makes the decisions in this matter.
One of the things that we have seen and analyzed and with which we are committed, not only in the energy issue, but in others, is to comply with the T-MEC, otherwise, we would not have signed it
“We have reviewed the letter, we are reviewing it very carefully, but it is also a letter, I would tell you, that comes out last minute, as well as saying ‘so they don’t say’, and there he stays on the table, remembering, and we believe that in this sense we will be coadjuvants of the care of the T-MEC part, but who dictates the energy policy of the country is the Ministry of Energy “, said the former deputy.
The official indicated that the agency she directs is working in a coordinated manner with the Sener; However, it is the latter who decides energy policy
On the other hand, Clouthier Carrillo trusted that a good relationship will be developed with the team of the new American president, Joseph Biden, since their statements open possibilities for undocumented Mexicans in the US.
We are very happy and very optimistic with the arrival of Biden (to the presidency of the United States), we think that first than them, and being respectful of the decisions of each country, but I believe that the latest events that occurred in the United States have shown the need to change a policy in many ways towards the way they have seen us as Mexicans
“I think Biden has already released several statements where he has even said, that will change the policy and treatment of migrants, in that sense, we see with very good eyes, We believe that this will flow in a better way and we will be able to advance relations with them.”, Assured the Secretary of Economy.
Tatiana Clouthier announced the new financial support that will be granted from February
Meanwhile, he announced that his work team has already held talks with his American counterpart.
According to the official, communication has been harmonious with the newly appointed collaborators in the Joe Biden government, Katherine Tai, Trade Representative; Gina Raimondo, Secretary of Commerce e Isabel Guzman, in charge of SMEs.
Stressed that “The fact that they are women will have to make a greater understanding.”
As part of the first press conference in charge of the SE, Tatiana Clouthier announced the new support of the federal government for the reactivation of the economy.
After the coronavirus health contingency wreaked havoc on the finances of thousands of businesses in the country, the secretary reported that these programs will begin to operate as of February, and they are: credits to the word, he Emerging economic reactivation program for tortillerías, support for Modernization, transformation and equipment of tortillerías, and a Support program for the restaurant industry.
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