Technology, globalization, and the investment flow "do not need walls".
Investment aimed for Mexico is not stopping because of the results of the U.S. presidential election, but it is necessary to generate trust and incentives to boost Mexico's wealth potential and depend more on ourselves and less on the exterior, said Nuevo Leon's Governor, Jaime Rodriguez.
He said that, with a cheaper peso, investment will keep flowing because it will be attractive to come to Mexico; however, it is necessary to give incentives to Mexican investors, such as reducing the Tax on Earnings (ISR), as it would generate growth.
Moreover, he commented on the fact that technology, globalization, and the investment flow "do not need walls".
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