Despite what has been commented by other trade associations, Confederation of National Chambers of Commerce, Services and Tourism (Concanaco-Servytur) Eliminate the risk of a shelf shortage during good ending 2021.
“We have no information from any chain, from any trade group, from any company that will have a shortage problem. […] We are sure we are ready, with sufficient supply of products, to be able to attend this good end”, Concanaco President, Hector Tejada, stated at a press conference.
At the end of September, the National Self-Service and Supermarket Association (ANTAD) warned of the potential for shortages of some products on the shelves. Because of the railway blockade in Michoacan. The same Konkanaku president mentioned the possibility at another virtual conference on the good.
Added to the barriers is the congestion in the ports of China and the United States, through which they pass Many merchandise arrives in Mexican stores.
The Good End will be celebrated this year from November 10-16. Both the government and the private initiative expect sales to exceed 239 billion pesos in 2020, Even with fewer days.
In addition, this will be the second year that Walmart, Oxxo and Alsea Group restaurants will not participate, as they are no longer part of ANTAD.
Tejada emphasized that with just a few days to go and without the participation of some of the country’s major commercial and restaurant chains, they expect a bigger economic spill thanks to the fact that There is a fuller recovery of function Health conditions have improved a lot compared to 2020.
“We see a very positive outlook for this good ending,” he noted.
The Economy Minister, Tatiana Clotheer, was also optimistic about the outcome of this auspicious end, calling for overcrowding to be avoided and to continue to observe health protocols.
He also confirmed that Economía and Concanaco seek to give this edition an even greater boost to digital commerce. The plan is to add businesses “of any kind,” including those for tourism services.
El Buen Fin is one of the largest trade festivals nationwide. It is part – along with the Día de Muertos and year-end festivities – of the season for high levels of consumption among Mexicans. For the same reason, the authorities hope this will give a boost to curtailing the economic recovery, particularly in the service sector.
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