Mexico, Jan 10 (Prensa Latina) The Confederation of Employers of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex) today refused to join the Agreement for the Economic Strengthening and Protection of the Family Economy announced by President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Considered one of the most important private organizations in the country, the group felt that the agreement was not properly agreed and risks becoming a 'communication strategy or public image'.
After consulting the different governing bodies and technical groups, as well as the 65 business centers throughout the country, Coparmex 'has decided not to sign the agreement,' the agency said in a statement.
The employers said that Coparmex coincides in the urgency of an agreement but that it must be the result of a true and broad social consensus, and not only serve as a 'communication strategy or public image'.
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