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Juan Luis Bosch Gutierrez (born 1952) was born in Guatemala. He is Co-President and Board Member of Corporación Multi Inversiones (CMI), a large agro-industrial conglomerate which, according to an article in El Diario de Hoy, is one of the largest circulating newspapers in El Salvador, and one of the biggest corporations in Central America. Founded in 1920, CMI now has near 30,000 employees, operating in 13 countries with seven divisions: poultry and pork; Pollo Campero and other fast food restaurants; flour mills, pasta and cookie production; construction; renwable power generation and financial services.
Mr. Bosch is listed as a past president of the Committee of Agriculture, Commerce, Industry and Finance Association (CACIF), on the CACIF website, and is also listed as a past president of the Industry Chamber (Cámara de Industria de Guatemala) on the Industry Chamber’s website. He is a Member of the Council of the Americas, an organization of some of the largest blue chip companies in the U.S. and whose stated goal is to promote free trade, democracy and open markets throughout the Americas. Mr. Bosch sits on the Board of Directors of the Juan Bautista Gutierrez Foundation (Fundación Juan Bautista Gutierrez). This Foundation has supported several community projects such as “Help Those Who Help,” which according to Siglo Veintiuno, one of the leading newspapers in Guatemala, provides funds to projects for the needy. Mr. Bosch’s participation in efforts to improve public education is evidenced through his membership on the Board of the Universidad del Valle de Guatemala Foundation, which supports educational programs in Guatemala to improve the quality of life of the Guatemalan population through education. He supports the initiative “Plan Visión de País,” an inter-institutional effort to create a long term development plan for the country of Guatemala.