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UVAQ at the closing of COMCE Universities’ Training

Morelia, Michoacán. November 19th, 2015.  COMCE (Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade, Investment and Technology), an organization that promotes the development of free trade with foreign countries, and its College Committee, imparted training to foreign trade students at the Jefferson International University. 

"Today we are closing the Training Session that has been taking place throughout the year, monthly for businessmen and quarterly for students.  We have gone to all the participating universities. We seek to strengthen the knowledge acquired in the classroom, to complement it, but also to create relationships among all those who are engaged in international trade: students, teachers, consultants, entrepreneurs engaged in this activity so that they become better skilled and generate competitiveness in international markets" said Lila Liseth Govea Dueñas, Director of the School of International Trade at Vasco de Quiroga University, member of the College Committee of COMCE Michoacán. 

The event began with the Innovation Conference: towards paperless customs, imparted by Alejandro Chiquito Ruiz (MSc), Head of Foreign Trade Promotion at the Michoacán State Ministry of Economy, who said that "it is important that young people remain updated on generating business internationally, it opens the perspective necessary to compete". Similarly, regarding the components of foreign trade, he added that "we are working very hard in the export of services provided in Mexico, there is a tendency in this and we must look for those great opportunities, so that they become optimal processes for companies." 

The universities that participated this year in COMCE training were UNIVA Zamora, UNLA, UDEM, Jefferson and UVAQ.

 

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