AMLO agreement with Microsoft to create universities and anti-corruption software

Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, and Enrique Perezyera, director of Microsoft Mexico, attended the National Palace with AMLO.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador received Microsoft executives on Wednesday at the National Palace, with whom he agreed that the firm will create universities and special software to fight corruption.

In addition to Smith and Perezyera, Microsoft Ann attended the meeting Carol Ann Browne, senior director of External Relations; Rebeca Servín Lewis, director of Legal, Corporate and Philanthropy Affairs, and Armida Sánchez Arellano, director of Corporate Affairs.

As officials were present Emiliano Calderón Mercado, coordinator of the National Digital Strategy, and Raymundo Artis Espriú, general director of CFE Telecommunications and Internet for All.

Source: dinero, forbes

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