The private sector of the country and the Ministry of Economy (SE) will implement a plan for the supply and distribution of goods in Guerrero, especially in Acapulco, after the damage left by the storm. Otis.
The head of the federal agency, Raquel Buenrostro Sánchez, held a meeting with businessmen and private sector organizations, where they promised not to raise prices or speculate on products and materials needed at this time.
The SE indicated that it agreed with the business sector to work together and coordinate the implementation of a plan for the supply and distribution of materials, goods and products needed for reconstruction and rehabilitation. in hospitals, houses, schools, drainage, paving, public lighting. , hotels and restaurants and all infrastructure to achieve quick recovery in the most affected areas.
The SE announced that next Monday, Buenrostro Sánchez will hold a meeting in Acapulco with Governor Evelyn Salgado, where other members of the cabinet will also participate, as well as the president of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE), Francisco Cervantes, representing of business organizations, which will fly over the affected area and establish an action plan with the purpose of following up the rehabilitation and determining the area to locate the distribution centers for the supply of the materials needed for the reconstruction. also in Acapulco and the affected towns around.
Among the companies and organizations that attended the meeting were CCE, the Mexican Business Council (CMN), the Chamber of Transformation Industry of Nuevo León (Caintra), the Confederation of Industrial Chambers (Concamin), the National Cement Chamber (Canacem). the Mexican Chamber of the Construction Industry (CMIC), the National Chamber of Electrical Manufacturing (Caname), the National Chamber of the Iron and Steel Industry (Canacero), the National Association of Self-Service Stores and Departmental Chambers (ANTAD), the National Chamber of the Wood Industry (Canainma), the National Chamber of Housing Development and Promotion Industry (Canadevi), Cemex, Holcim, Cementos y Concretos Moctezuma, Cemento Cruz Azul, Vitro, Grupo Carso, Grupo Vidanta, Condumex, Ternium, Xignux , Mexalit, Fortaleza Materiales and Elementia Materiales, among others.
He noted that the government and the business sector share the goal and desire to see the symbolic port of Mexico and its inhabitants standing up to overcome the bad moments they are going through.
The federal agency emphasized that, as in previous occasions, it will synergize with the private sector to avoid speculation and monitor the supply and price of supplies and products needed at this time to return to normal, as well as to create jobs again. the sources of income needed by the people of Acapulco.