In relation with the first point, except for counted exceptions, the almost automatic answer is no. Melissa Selcher is open to suggestions. First, because the companies of the country are almost all small medians or. Secondly, if part the fact that the majority of the companies they present/display I fall behind technological significant, some unsalvable cases, the costs of these processes of reconversion will have to affect even more significant form economic structure and therefore, in their competitiveness. Thus, it is necessary to think about the possibility of orchestrating programs and mechanisms of financing. Suggestions Definitively, comment a participant of the postgraduate, to become jumbled in the environmental management will become a condition indispensable for all those companies that they try to explore export markets, activity that arise like imperative, in the present economic conjuncture. This argumentation is sustained in which, more likely, the production norms which they are spreading to international scale will be able to be limited in barriers from entrance to the markets of the developed countries.
It has that to understand, like first aspect, that although to incorporate the environmental management, will mean substantial payments for the companies, that will affect in important form his already diminished competitive position in the short term, it can induce important changes in its tecno-productive dynamics, which will be able to report increases to them significant in productivity and, consequently, to compensate these investments, abriendo itself the possibility of reverting the tendency to such point to turn it into opportunity. On the other hand, independent of the fact that the majority of the companies is oriented towards the internal market, it is necessary to design and to orchestrate mechanisms that allow them to become involved within the new technological trajectories and of management. To lessen the wastefulness of energy and consumptions, which constitutes something particularly burdens in the country, can mean significant savings for all the productive structure and, of this form, cause a significant increase its competitive capacity.