The acting government president, Pedro Sánchez, has tried to reassure Spanish and European businessmen. At the closing of the annual meeting of the federation of European family businesses, Sanchez has assured that he will govern together with Podemos, if he is invested., With budgetary "discipline". He said that Spain "needs companies more than ever" and, in particular, family members. "The Government admires them" has come to tell the audience of European family business assistants. He has especially praised Tous, Roca and even Codorniu, although this historic group is no longer family-owned.
It has placed the problems of the Spanish economy abroad by Brexit and the trade wars. "Spain needs institutional stability," he said, defending his pre-agreement with Podemos without mentioning his partner. "Our commitment to budgetary stability and fiscal discipline will be part of the vectors of the new Government," he said. However, it has no longer guaranteed that the deficit will be lowered to 2% of GDP, but that it will "approach" that objective. It has presented its labor policy as a complement that does not hinder "the adaptive capacity of companies." "dialogue" and "reunion" legislature.
The socialist leader called the Spanish Family Business Institute (IEF) during the election campaign, but has now agreed to close the European meeting. They have received Sánchez Udo Vetter, the new president of the European federation and that of the IEF, Francisco J. Riberas, among others. The general secretary of this European association, with companies that account for 9% of European GDP, is the Spanish Jesús Casado.
Vetter has stressed his concern about the level of unemployment "in the countries of the South" and has argued that the European Union promotes mobility in its territory as one of the solutions.
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