Although our economy is booming, the same cannot necessarily be said for the lives of the Mexican people. In Mexico, we desperately need more investment in education, healthcare and public services.
The government should be focusing on:
Providing schools and hospitals with the needed technology and qualified people.
Balancing regional development, with special attention to the southeast. Oaxaca and Chiapas are in need of roads, bridges and rail for commerce.
Increasing permanent jobs; 24% of the GDP comes from the informal economy.
Improving access to energy and clean water resources.
Improving transportation; only 37% of roads in Mexico are paved and many of those need improvement.
According to the World Economic Forum's 2015-2016 Global Competitiveness Report, Mexico ranks number 57 on the list of 140 most competitive countries. To better position ourselves, the government needs to accelerate plans for structural changes within the logistics and energy sectors and exhibit discipline when allocating resources.
With more investment in roads, ports and railroad systems, we can increase our efficiency and logistics performance. This is a MUST and not a political decision.
We need to stop improvising and develop a solid plan to make this development happen.
Honest, smart and timely actions by our government will transform a dream into a reality.
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