Mexico, Sep. 12 (Notimex).- The president-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, informed that during the meeting with governors of the northern states of the country, work was approved on the program to reduce VAT by eight percent in a 30-kilometer area.
As well as reduce the Income Tax (ISR) by 20 percent and double the minimum wage, to boost investment in 44 municipalities in six states of the country, he added in his Twitter account @lopezobrador_.
"We met with governors of the north. It was approved to work in the free zone program of the border to reduce VAT in a 30 km strip by 8%; reduce ISR by 20% and double the minimum wage, to boost investment in 44 municipalities in 6 states of the country," he posted on the social network.
This Wednesday, during the meeting they held with López Obrador, the governors of the northern states of the country supported the proposals of the president-elect to establish coordinated housing, transportation and security actions among the three levels of government in polygons of poverty and marginalization.
The leaders expressed their support to have an accurate diagnosis of the characteristics of the polygons of poverty and to have a new fiscal program and priority intervention in 15 cities of the country.
In his offices located in the street of Chihuahua, in Colonia Roma, López Obrador met with the governors of Tamaulipas, Francisco Javier Cabeza de Vaca; from Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich; from Nuevo León, Jaime Rodríguez Calderón; from Baja California, Francisco Vega; and from Chihuahua, Javier Corral.