Updated on Monday, 1March2021-01: 20
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Economists for Reconstruction (XXXV) Juan Ramón Rallo: "This Government has the most dangerous ideological project for Spain"
Economists for Reconstruction (XXXIV) Juan Pablo Riesgo: "If the labor reform is approved in 2008, the destruction of two million jobs would have been avoided"
Rubén Segura-Cayuela (Barcelona, 1976) has a degree in Economics from Pompeu Fabra, a master's degree in Economics and Finance from CEMFI and a doctorate in Ecomomy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
His work as chief economist for Europe at Bank of America Merril Lynch allows him and forces him to know very well the economic situation in Spain and in Europe as a whole.
In the Spanish case, it points out that the great fragmentation of the Parliament prevents reforms from being developed but also differs
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