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The Concamin asks not to approve the electrical reform

A few hours after the Chamber of Deputies puts to vote the electrical reform promoted by the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obradorthe Confederation of Industrial Chambers (Concamin) expressed his concern about the negative impacts that this initiative would have, for which he asked to be heard and taken into account, so that it could be rejected.

Being generators of 48 of 100 jobs in Mexico and contributing 30% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the national industry said that it represents 60% of the electricity consumption in the country, so that the model that is intended to be approved would considerably increase the electricity tariffs, would require a greater use of public resources in the form of subsidies, and would bring consequences such as the rise of polluting emissions.

In addition to limited access to renewable sources, as well as being considered arbitrary and in violation of various international treaties, in the face of the discussion, analysis and voting of the Reform of Articles 25, 27 and 28 of the Constitution on Energy.

“A possible approval of the aforementioned reforms would directly affect the competitiveness and sustainability of Mexican industrialists, it would become less attractive for national and foreign investment and the opportunity to generate economic growth and promote the inclusive development of our Mexican families would be lost. ”, warned the private body directed by José Abugaber.

The approval of the initiative in its current form would have the same negative consequences that were noted in previous months, for all Mexicans, not just those of us who work in the industrial sector, he asserted.

This is also noted by most of the government representatives of which we are business partners and voices of various economic activities and organizations in favor of a healthy environment throughout the country.

Not only do we need to be heard, we need to take into account that a large part of the country’s economy”, established the Concamin.

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