Before bankers, Sheinbaum asks that investments become prosperity

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The Coordinator of the 4T Defense Committees, Claudia Sheinbaum, spoke before the bankers of Mexico about taking advantage of foreign investment to generate well-being, achieve shared prosperity, which would be the same as "for the good of all, the poor first." maintain republican austerity, improve salaries, increase the relationship with the United States with nearshoring, reconstruction in Guerrero, among other things.

Sheinbaum Pardo pointed out that if foreign investment does not carry the surname of “wellbeing”, it remains exclusively in the macro indicators and not in the well-being of the population, which is why he spoke of achieving “shared prosperity”, which he said would be the same as “for the good of all, the poor first.”

''We have to take advantage of this investment that is coming to Mexico, but not only thinking about the major indicators, but really thinking about the worker, about a decent salary, about a decent job, who can live in decent housing, this will enhance the national development,'' he asserted.

He considered that it is necessary to continue respecting the autonomy of the Bank of Mexico and continue with a regime of fiscal discipline for greater tax collection that can be translated into works and projects in favor of the people of Mexico, as is the case of the Plan Sonora or the construction of the Interoceanic and Maya Trains.

''The second thing is Republican Austerity and healthy public finances, maintaining reasonable debt but at the same time not increasing the operational spending of the Mexican government, which was one of the mistakes of the past,'' he added, ensuring that it is It is vital that the private and public sectors work together to avoid harming the people as happened at other times in history.

He exemplified that the Mexico-United States relationship is like a marriage that cannot be divorced, but said, “that relationship that exists today with the United States, which will also increase with nearshoring, is something that we are going to continue.”

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