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Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2013-2018 (National Development Plan 2013 -2018)

La República de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Mexico 20 May 2013 Policy document development, plan

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En resumen, el Plan Nacional de Desarrollo considera que la tarea del desarrollo y del crecimiento corresponde a todos los actores, todos los sectores y todas las personas del país. El desarrollo no es deber de un solo actor, ni siquiera de uno tan central como lo es el Estado. El crecimiento y el desarrollo surgen de abajo hacia arriba, cuando cada persona, cada empresa y cada actor de nuestra sociedad son capaces de lograr su mayor contribución. Así, el Plan expone la ruta que el Gobierno de la República se ha trazado para contribuir, de manera más eficaz, a que todos juntos podamos lograr que México alcance su máximo potencial. Para lograr lo anterior, se establecen como Metas Nacionales: un México en Paz, un México Incluyente, un México con Educación de Calidad, un México Próspero y un México con Responsabilidad Global. Asimismo, se presentan Estrategias Transversales para Democratizar la Productividad, para alcanzar un Gobierno Cercano y Moderno, y para tener una Perspectiva de Género en todos los programas de la Administración Pública Federal.

In summary, the National Development Plan considers that the task of development and growth corresponds to all the actors, all sectors and all the people of the country. Development is not the duty of a single actor, even one as central as the State. Growth and development arise from the bottom upwards, when each person, each company and each actor of our society is capable of achieving their greatest contribution. The Plan sets out the route that the Government of the Republic has planned so that Mexico can reach its maximum potential. To achieve the above, the Plan sets these National Goals: a Peaceful Mexico, an Inclusive Mexico, a Mexico with Quality Education, a Prosperous Mexico, and a Mexico with Global Responsibility. It presents cutting strategies for democratizing productivity, to achieving a Government which is close and modern, and to have a gendered perspective in all programs of the Federal Public Administration.

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