Three months into the presidency of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Guadalupe Phillips, CEO of ICA (who managed to restructure one of Mexico’s largest construction companies) told a national newspaper that it was necessary to listen to the government, which for the first time was leading the country with a leftist vision. Almost four years later, the businesswoman remains close to the federal administration, but she is also very active in the inauguration of works in different states of the country, such as the bypass in the State of Mexico and the Nichupté vehicular bridge in Quintana Roo. She also participates in AMLO’s key mega-projects, from the Dos Bocas refinery and coker plants, to the controversial Maya Train.
Mexico | ICA | Construction
September 18, 2022 | 10:30 PM
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