Industrialists elect Pablo Camacho to lead the CNI

Industrialists elect Pablo Camacho to lead the CNI

Page Seven / La Paz

The board of directors of the National Chamber of Industries (CNI) elected Pablo Camacho as president of the industrialists for the 2022-2023 term, replacing Ibo Blazicevic.

Until now, the executive served as head of the Departmental Chamber of Industries of La Paz (Cadinpaz).

“We will continue working to establish bonds of rapprochement that allow the construction of trust, so necessary to address a joint work agenda that not only addresses our main problems, but -above all- has an impact on improving business performance conditions and in the well-being of our community,” Camacho said.

The elected authority highlighted the importance of promoting public and private alliances at the national and subnational levels, as well as the growth and development of the productive apparatus and of the country itself will be possible with the coordinated work between public and private actors.

Camacho is accompanied as first vice president by Cynthia Aramayo, second vice president Ramón Daza, treasurer Ana Godoy, first member Luis Lugones, second member Antonio Chacin and third member Edwin Flores.

Aramayo was elected as president of Cadinpaz. She demanded unity to recover the industrial leadership of La Paz.

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