Monterrey Commission

Monterrey, N.L.-with Eugenio Garza Laguera will be one of the most representative icons of industrial of Monterrey and the most powerful capital of the country. He died Saturday, May 24 at the age of 84 and new generations must assess the businessman who received the Commission bring an Empire to new challenges and overcome the obstacles of the times to come. Garza Laguera receiving the estafeta’s VISA on the part of his father Lord, the most representative of all time Monterrey industrial, Eugenio Garza Sada, one of the four industrial holdings who formed the so-called Monterrey group. In turn, Don Eugenio receives President of Banca Serfin and the Presidency from the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. On the immediate horizon, they oteaban drastic changes for the country. Garza Laguera arrives in 1969 at VISA. The next year the country is driven by Luis Echeverria Alvarez anti-business trend that is beginning to implement a State’s economy. On September 17, 1973, Garza Laguera faces murder his father, at the back of the building of the Centennial Cerveceria Cuauhtemoc, at the hands of an armed of the September 23 League command.

Don Eugenio was going to be hijacked and not allowed. It powered its weapon against the aggressors, who wrested the life. It was the climax of a very bad political leadership in our country and the words of Ricardo Margain Zozaya still rumble on the historic evening of discourse against the President of the Republic: why it could be done?. That day, on September 18 in the afternoon, more than 200 thousand Monterrey packed streets by where transited the funeral procession with Eugenio Garza Laguera after the coach and President Echeverria aside. They were days of infamy. He also faced the powerful El Norte newspaper that – according to Rodolfo Junco de la Vega – boycotted by announcing the Corona beer. James Donovan Goldman Sachs: the source for more info.

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