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Sunday, January 16

CCE applauds the increase in the minimum wage, but struggles to contain inflation

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After achieving the tripartite agreement to raise the minimum wage from 141.70 to 172.87 pesos per day, which implies an increase of 22% by 2022, the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) challenged the authorities to contain the inflation and physical investment is reactivated to achieve a comprehensive package that leads to the recovery of the Mexican economy.

We celebrate this agreement to increase minimum wages and we reiterate our commitment not to leave our employees and their families unprotected, “said Carlos Salazar Lomelín, president of the CCE, who highlighted the work of businessmen during the economic crisis by not stopping paying taxes .

The composition of the tripartite agreement is a 9% increase, which is added to a Independent Recovery Amount (MIR) in both areas, as raised by the Coparmex. “This increase will be reflected in a real improvement in the purchasing power of workers. With this, the General Minimum Wage of the Free Zone of the Northern Border will cover 112% of the Family Welfare Line and the General Minimum Wage of the Rest of the Country will cover 74% of it ”, mentioned the agency private.

At the three-year term of Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s government, the CCE showed “solidarity with the people of Mexico”, by paying the workers’ salary increase, “despite the serious crisis, with a lot of effort and responsibility, the companies They never stopped paying their taxes and complying with their social security obligations ”.

For this reason, tax collection rose, and “it is because the government’s social programs have been maintained, so that the most unprotected sectors of Mexico can move forward,” Salazar Lomelín clarified.

Despite the environment of uncertainty that persists in sectors such as energy, the CCE He said that “they will continue to invest in Mexico and work tirelessly to generate more and better jobs, promoting strategies that guarantee a better quality of life for all Mexicans.”

According to the president of businessmen in Mexico, the national economy began the recovery phase, although with high levels of inflation that must be contained. “The Mexican private sector has shown, time and again, to have the ability to react to current challenges, and this will not be the exception.”

Carlos Salazar He promised that companies will continue and reinforce all actions that allow them to achieve the important objective of increasing the productivity of their workers; so that success in this task will be facilitated with the reactivation of physical investment, “so necessary for the growth of the economy and the well-being of households,” he said.

Mexican private sector organizations have joined forces with the public sector and the labor sector to contribute to the construction of a more prosperous Mexico, he said, highlighting the relevance of the increases to the minimum wage that have occurred in recent years; the reform of the Pension System, which will allow more than 20 million Mexicans to access a better pension in a shorter period of time; as well as the reform in terms of subcontracting, the result of dialogue and consensus for the consolidation of a fairer country.

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Reference-www.eleconomista.com.mx

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