Interview: Raúl Riquelme Cacho – President of the Health Commission, CONCAMIN, Mexico

concaminRaúl Riquelme Cacho, president of the health commission of the Confederation of Industrial Chambers of the United Mexican States (CONCAMIN), reveals the recent alignment of CONCAMIN, which stands as the most important industry organization of Mexico, with the main pharmaceutical associations, and discusses the cross-sector objectives that unite these stakeholders: jointly elaborate solutions to bring better health outcomes to Mexican workers and further propel the economic productivity of the country. As an introduction to our readers, could you please explain the main activities of the CONCAMIN and your importance in both the business and political landscape in Mexico?
CONCAMIN integrates 46 national chambers, 14 regional chambers, and 44 associations gathering a variety of productive sectors of our country, which account for up to 30 percent of the Mexican GDP.
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