Tijuana B.C.-Rafael Crosthwaite Reyes was elected as the new President of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) in Baja California. Joining the session were Gabriel Camarena, outgoing President and President of CCE Tijuana; Rodrigo Llantada, President of the CCE Mexicali; Alberto Martinez, President of CCE Tecate and Orlando López, President of CCE Ensenada.
The Coordinating President of the more than 60 organizations that make up the organized business sector in Baja California, said he will seek to work hand in hand with the state and the federal government to support all sectors that have been affected during the Covid-19 pandemic, in order to see the economic reactivation and economic development of the state.
He added, among the relevant issues for the business sector is security, given the concern about the increase in homicides and crimes in the region, in such a way, they will request strategies and coordination from the corresponding authorities.
Crosthwaite Reyes, who served as President of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) of Playas de Rosarito, recognized the work done by the outgoing coordinator, Gabriel Camarena Salinas, and for the leadership, he demonstrated in representing the CCE at the state level.