The undersecretary of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Economy (SE) Luz María de la Mora Sánchez, will head the Mexican delegation that will travel to Davos, Switzerland, to participate in the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Mexico at the World Economic Forum in Davos 2019
The XLIX edition of the annual meeting will take place from January 22 to 25 and this year will have as its central theme "Globalization 4.0: How to design a global architecture in the times of the Fourth Industrial Revolution".
In that city, the Mexican official will hold bilateral meetings with the representatives in charge of economic issues, international trade and investment attraction of the governments of Switzerland, United Kingdom, Japan, Costa Rica, Argentina, among others.
It is also planned to hold meetings with several heads of global companies, according to information from the Ministry of Economy.
The agency reported that De la Mora Sánchez will present the pillars of the commercial policy of the administration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador: Inclusion, Innovation and Diversification.
It is expected to address pending issues in the trade agenda with these countries and discuss opportunities to strengthen trade and investment.
De la Mora Sánchez will also attend the informal ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and other meetings aimed at discussing alternatives to reform the multilateral trading system, ways to boost new trade negotiations and to restore the full functioning of its trade mechanism. dispute solution.
The international meeting will also be attended by Sergio Silva Castañeda, responsible for the economic promotion and attraction of foreign investment of the federal agency and representatives of Femsa, Mega Group, Alquimara Group, ManPower, Mexichem, Rassini, Proeza, Grupo Salinas and Marhnos among other national companies.
The World Forum will be attended by nearly three thousand participants from all over the world, with a record participation of the public sector; 700 representatives of the private sector and almost 900 representatives of civil society.