Guajardo considers "exaggerated" to speak of crisis for canceling the NAIM

Guajardo considers "exaggerated" to speak of crisis for canceling the NAIM

MEXICO CITY – The head of the Ministry of Economy (SE), Ildefonso Guajardo, considered "exaggerated" to predict an economic crisis due to the cancellation of the New Mexico International Airport (NAIM) in Texcoco.

He described as necessary and fundamental to have a comprehensive and long-term solution to the issue of passenger and merchandise transport for the efficiency of the Mexican economy.

"But this can be an element that has consequences of a crisis, I think it is a somewhat exaggerated reading," he said after inaugurating the Americas Business Summit, organized by the Mexican Association of Women Employers (AMMJE) this Tuesday.

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The official said that although there is a series of elements behind the discussion and differentiated opinions on the NAIM, it is important to have clarity in front of public opinion and investors.

It is also important to always act in accordance with law and respect for the rule of law. "That's where the proof of confidence is going to be," he argued.

The person in charge of the commercial policy of the country pointed out that the solution must be found in any of the options that are presented at this moment to continue the work.

The president-elect of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, confirmed on Monday that the decision to build two runways at the Santa Lucía Area Base, to rehabilitate the current International Airport of the City of Mexico (AICM) "Benito Juárez" and the Toluca air terminal.

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The above, because that option was the winner with 69.95% of the votes recorded during the consultation, which took place from 25 to 28 October at the national level.

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