For our government, have a strong trade is synonymous with jobs and wealth
Spain, June 08, 2013 – The Minister of Employment and the Economy of Castilla-La Mancha, Carmen Home, reiterated provincial associations will trade negotiation and analysis of the measures that have been taken so far and those that will apply in the coming months to achieve a sector “to be more competitive and able to compete with any region of Spain”.
Home also has moved the importance of that part of the dialogue table and Investment Plan for Job Creation “the sector needs to move the Government of Castilla-La Mancha and, above all, make a rapid transition the horizon is opening the hand of the new measures we are taking to revive trade in our region. ”
During the meeting with the president of the Regional Confederation of Traders, Pedro Jos Gospel, the president of the Federation of Commerce Albacete, Lorenzo Lopez, the representative of the Association of Commerce Toledo, Ruth Corchero, and the secretary of the Regional Confederation of Commerce, Alberto Maldonado Home has informed them of the two new lines of support that the Government has put in place, worth 2.5 million euros, to achieve the modernization of the sector, improve competitiveness and promote recruitment .
Also Casero, thanked them for their interest and assistance meeting also stressed the importance of the trade for the government as long as Cospedal represents 11.2 percent of gross domestic product, employs 14 percent of the population, accounts for 33 percent of total self, with a high female component and generates a turnover of 7,500 million euros a year.
In this sense, Casero explained that the objective of the first line of support Trading Scheme is the introduction of new technologies and the use of e-commerce, promoting the quality of trade; enhance the design of products that can be marketed, promoting priority trade areas, and finally the establishment of cooperatives between business formulas that make the sector.
Another concern of the Regional Government as Home, is “that retail can compete with big business, without any impediment, and has therefore approved a line of support of 500,000 euros to subsidize employment and encourage the development of commercial establishments in our region during Sundays and holidays open trade by funding one hundred percent wage cost of hiring new workers these days or those that are already in the workforce and have to work overtime “.
Finally, Casero has expressed its belief “that the aid that is being put in place for trading in Castilla-La Mancha will achieve revitalizing a sector that has received full whip the crisis but nevertheless manages to reinvent and improve day by day. ”
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