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Wealthy Mexican bosses concerned with corruption

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The Confederation of Mexican Employers (Coparmex), a voluntary membership business organization with 36,000 members that include companies owned by Mexico's billionaires, is waging a public crusade against corruption, a widespread ailment that results in Mexico losing billions of dollars.

"Much more foreign investment could come into Mexico if it weren't for corruption," Gustavo de Hoyos Walther, the Coparmex President (who is spearheading the effort), said in a telephone interview from Mexico City.

Source: Forbes