Faced with the current economic outlook, the associations have promised to pay within a period not exceeding 30 days.
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The Association of s of Mexico (ASEM) and the Mexican Association of Pharmaceutical Research Industries AC (AMIIF) undertook to pay the bills of the Mexican micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) within a maximum period of 30 days from April 3, 2020.
Through a letter, the AMIIF announced its support for MSMEs. “In this context, the members of the Mexican Association of Pharmaceutical Research Industries AC, we have within our suppliers micro, small and medium-sized companies, which we know depend largely on large companies for their livelihood,” he says.
Through the document they expressed their commitment, support and adherence to the self-regulation initiatives of payment to suppliers proposed by the ASEM and the CCMX, to pay the bills within a maximum period of 30 days, as well as their support for entrepreneurs in Mexico to make facing this emergency.
To comply with these measures, more than 60 transnational corporations will help organizations generate liquidity and face the economic impacts of the global pandemic.