Businessmen see good 2012 start
The Mexican Confederation of Industrial Chambers, Confederacion de Camaras Industriales (Concamin), considered that 2012 start has been better than expected for factories in Mexico.
After a survey applied in the Monthly Meeting of the Confederation’s Board of Directors, chaired by their leader Francisco Funtanet, perception of business leaders on industrial activity in the first quarter of the year was disclosed.
The report covers four aspects: The first one points out that the first quarter stood out for being a rather positive term for most of the areas of specialization of manufacturing sector. 46.2% said it was good, while 38.5% rated it fair and only 15.4% defined it as bad; however, no one considered it was excellent. In addition, in spite of consumers’ cautiousness, demand and sales remained similar to the first quarter a year before.
Source: Miscellaneous | Date: 15/05/2012