Before the arrival of the investment of Tesla in Nuevo Leonrepresentatives of the private sector in Mexico celebrated the fact that “sensitivity” won to promote the country’s economic growth.
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After this Monday, the tycoon Elon Musk and the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador agreed to create a giga-automotive factory in Santa Catarina, Jose Abugaberpresident of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers (Concamin)celebrated that “common sense has won and Tesla will arrive in Mexico”.
“For businessmen, this is wonderful news, because what is privileged is dialogue, and it is clear that the government of the President López Obrador listens to the voice of businessmenwho are interested in strategic investments, for the benefit of the economic growth of the country”.
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He pointed out that the company Elon Musk it will become an anchor that will “encourage” other suppliers to invest in Mexico and, with it, the gross domestic product (GDP) could reach an additional growth of 4%.
Regarding the uncertainty generated by the presidential statements and the political dispute over the location of the factory, the head of the industrialists clarified that neither Mexico nor any other country is in a position to limit such an important investment as that which represents You’re here.
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For him leader of Concaminthe investment of a company the size of Automotive Musk it will generate economic development, job creation and well-being for many Mexican families.
“Businessmen are very interested in Tesla may invest in Mexico“, he told Millennium.
José Abugaber added that the installation of the assembler will also trigger a question of investment to third parties, for all the sectors that will feed this great investment.
“This will enable us to strengthen the country’s economy and put us at the forefront on automotive issues,” Abugaber said.
For its part, Francisco Cervantes, President of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE), noted that the private sector celebrated “the decision on Tesla’s next investment in Nuevo León and its future projects in Mexico. Dialogue and assume the importance of investment and the T-MEC will allow our country greater growth and development with a vision for the future”.
This February 28, the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed that after a video call with tycoon Elon Musk, both agreed that Tesla will set up an electric car mega-factory in Monterrey, Nuevo León.
The arrival of Tesla, particularly in Santa Catarina, a municipality located in the metropolitan area of Monterrey, represents an investment that analysts estimate at 10 billion dollars, which will trigger job creation in the region.
Lóéz Obrador pointed out that during the call with the South African-born businessman, both agreed that the main value of Mexico is the quality of its workers.
The announcement comes after a political struggle between several governors to win the seat of the car giant’s next mega-factory, among them López Obrador himself had declared just on Friday February 24, that he would not grant the permits. in the case of Nuevo León, under the argument of water scarcity.
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