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In support of MSMEs affected by Hurricane Otis, the «Hand in Hand with your business» workshops are coming to Acapulco / @SE_mx >>>

#SE.- As part of the actions to reactivate the economy and support micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) affected by Hurricane Otis in Acapulco and Coyuca de Benitez, the Undersecretary of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Economy, Alejandro Encinas Najera, and the Secretary of Economic Development of Guerrero, Teodora Ramirez Vega, inaugurated the third edition of the Conference «Hand in hand with your business», in Acapulco.

During the event, the Undersecretary of Foreign Trade reiterated the commitment of the Government of Mexico with the people of Acapulco and Coyuca, with their recovery after Hurricane Otis, which is why the «Hand in hand with your business» workshops came to this port.

He indicated that MSMEs in Guerrero are not only economic units, but also one of the main sources of income for entire families; there are 149 thousand MSMEs registered in this entity, of which 73% are located in the municipality of Acapulco, with activities of retail trade, construction, hotel services, temporary lodging, food and beverage preparation, among others, which together generate 6 billion 600 million pesos.

Encinas Nájera assured that what small businessmen want to see is that the government works as if it were one and they expect us to «act efficiently; it is our duty to respond to this expectation effectively. That is why I want to acknowledge that the authorities here at the Jornadas are giving it their all. We have already tested this model and I want to tell you that it is a model that works».

To promote the growth of MSMEs in Acapulco and Coyuca de Benítez, the «Hand in hand with your business» workshops brought them closer to actions of the Federal and State Government, through public institutions that offer benefits for them, as well as private institutions that join this program.

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