The president of CEOE Castilla y León, Santiago Aparicio, criticized this Tuesday “the endless uncertainty in which forecasts, plans, projects and roadmaps are blown in the wind between electoral processes” to ask his Self: Who wants to invest? in Spain when we don’t have the command, the command is more.
Aparicio led in Salamanca together with the head of the employers’ association, Antonio Garamendi, the CEOE Castilla y León Awards ceremony, where “good examples of management, leadership, perseverance, courage and strength, strategic vision- awon, control and determination” .
Therefore, identified are Adolfo Sanchez Yanez, Raul Melgosa Arcos and Juan Emilio Andino Wheel, Juan Maria Vallejo Fernandez; the brothers Pedro and Nieves Sanchez Barbero, Isidoro Alanís Marco, Raquel Conde Santos and Roberto Gonzalez Hernansanz, lLa Platform Odoricio, Francisco Javier Melendez Juarez and the brothers Carlos and Miguel Sever Rodriguez.
The president of the CEOE lamented that “in a year we must focus on the recurring threats that we continue to face. Delinquency does not stop growing, even on a small scale, that is, rather than the most terrible predictions Like the rest of society, the business community is also a victim of the increase in the cost of financing due to the increase in the rate. The growing capacity to pay is increasingly pressed and the difficulty of accessing credit continues to strengthen self-control and consumption control. and growth”.
At the employment level, absenteeism continues to represent “a substantial bite in our income statements.” Added to this is the increasing difficulty of finding suitable profiles. “That’s why the business sector of Castilla y León continues to believe in tools like Dual Vocational Training.”
The business leader added that “those who look to the future with a plan on the table, trying to follow every step outlined and with goals to achieve, cannot do anything but attend with the confusion of a a time of endless uncertainty where predictions, plans, projects and roadmaps are thrown in the wind between electoral processes while society, patient with the limits of the proverb, waits for someone who will take the reins of the country and end once and for all the suspicion of investment that continues to watch “Who wants to invest in Spain when we have no control, let alone the direction?” asked.
For this reason, it demands “legal certainty, regulatory clarity, standard quality and extended hands that encourage public-private collaboration”, but also the stability of the budget and the creation of a environment where “healthy competition is encouraged within a model of constant. change”. In his opinion, the fight against the harmful consequences of inflation should be another priority.
At the same time, he warned that “the drift that is slowly being taken in Spain – a drift, surprisingly, that causes a little trouble while condemning us as irrelevant – leads of our companies to resign themselves to occupying a secondary position in the world economy despite having tools, knowledge and unmatched talent potential.
Aparicio concluded that “we need public representatives who are convinced to protect business interests as they deserve.”