Mexico City / 12.07.2021 11:35:11
The International Chamber of Commerce Mexico (ICC Mexico) assured that the financing of the foreign trade by means of the digital transformation and the use of the T-MEC will generate greater opportunities for growth and development for the country.
Stated that Mexico You are faced with a great opportunity to take advantage of the T-MEC por the economic recovery of USA after the covid-1 pandemic9, as long as commercial and development banking, government and small and medium-sized companies succeed in meeting the challenges of digital transformation.
“On ICC Mexico and the Banking Commission, we are convinced that through digitization and the use of innovative technologies, we can achieve a more efficient and competitive access to financing foreign trade and domestic, which allows increasing the participation of Mexican companies through direct export and participation in global value chains “, said the president of the CoICC Mexico Banking mission, Gerardo Gutiérrez-Olvera.
In a statement, the president of ICC Mexico, Claus von Wobeser He said that it is essential to achieve a preponderant and digitized flow of information, which allows leaving behind the gap estimated at 1.5 trillion dollars in foreign trade financing, and reducing the cost of capital.
The editorial director of Trade Finance Global (TFG), Deepesh Patel, said that the covid-19 has revealed the extreme fragility of global supply chains, making the challenges of supplier concentration risk and supply chain opacity and complexity more pronounced.
“Supported by good trade policy and the effective deployment of capital in this asset class, it will help lift nations out of poverty and support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, particularly women-owned businesses, and more. emerging companies and developing markets, “he said.
The experts Emmanuelle Ganne, Inwha Huh, Isabel Méndez and Luis Fernando Mendoza They agreed that the main challenges are regulatory requirements, the adaptation of a legal framework in each country and the recognition of electronic signatures, among others.