During this century, the management of PAN decorated itself with factories in which companies invested. During the PRI’s comeback, banks thrived.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s rise to power was dubbed “The New Era” on the cover of EL Financiero magazine, which declared his electoral victory for 2018 and after three years in office, the six-year commitment became clear: that the United States save the remittances and exports of what had already been installed And that the activity of Pemex and CFE is back to employ Mexicans. Yesterday’s elections will not change the course of what is more important.
Every government has a plan and a goal and it is fair for AMLO and his government to develop their own plans. Is it the correct way?
The data shows a recovery actually pulled by neighbors to the north.
It is sales abroad and the money sent by citizens that provide the best numbers. Hence the money seeps into the rest of the business and the economy.
It will give, according to the most optimistic people, 7 percent growth this year in the economy, which will be the largest number any Mexican has seen alive.
Even an indicator of a 5 percent increase in GDP in 2021 will stand out for being higher than what Enrique Peña Nieto’s government assumed during any of its six years.
By the end of this year, the 9 percent figure that the country fell back on in 2020 will likely have been forgotten and there will be new jobs in stores and factories. Many will assume that the road is steady and that you just have to speed up.
But they will marginalize a group of 42 million people who have begun to use reason since this century, and who somewhat do not understand the realm of the concrete.
Knowledge came to them through the screen, which was only confirmed by a terrible pandemic that to a greater or lesser extent permanently separated them from the rest and their peers.
It’s a group that you may not fully understand what “TV” means, but it definitely defines Facebook or Netflix.
They have fallen into a world where factories need more machines than people, and even trains and refineries can do without many operators.
These characters, called Centennials or Generation Z, will complement the well-known Millennials, a generation deprived of a society that has left them little. A little good work and a little retirement planning. Here you can read about it: https://bit.ly/3z3KHMu.
Most expats know an entire virtual planet better than the streets of their neighborhood.
In this new world, there is work, so much so that over the weekend the leaders of the world’s most powerful nations, assembled at the G7, worked hard on a project to close the path of tax evasion and tax evasion for companies that have a lot richer than oil or rail companies. They are technology companies.
Younger Mexicans understand what Google or Amazon do; It’s not easy to get an idea of what ExxonMobil is doing in the Gulf of Mexico.
For them, Kavak, a tech company born in Mexico with a value of more than $4 billion, is providing new life in the used car sales business; Bitso, which exceeds 2 billion, in the sale of cryptocurrencies; WBG, another national unicorn company, conducts online financial transactions.
The positions they offer pay more than a maquiladora, but their equipment requires training. Candidates for vacant positions need politicians who want to understand these positions and help them multiply. Perhaps in San Lazaro where it is now urgent to distribute screens.
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