Spain and Argentina sign agreements to improve productivity

Both nations strengthen ties in order to promote international cooperation actions for Argentine and Spanish companies

The National Ministry of Productive Development and the Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations (CEOE) signed a cooperation agreement in order to promote the productive fabric of the business sector in Argentina and Spain.

With the aim of improving productive and technological development, 150 companies from both countries met, in the company of representatives of both organizations, to agree on the implementation of joint projects that promote bilateral relations, the exchange of information, analysis and data of interest as well as the collaborations between companies, organizations, agencies or other institutions of both countries.

The Minister of Productive Development of the Nation, Matías Kulfas, assured that the understanding “constitutes a basis on which to deepen a fruitful and conducive cooperation to increase investments and the commercial power of our companies, especially our SMEs.”

Kulfas asserted that both signatures represent the commitment to “enhance productive capacities and favor more intense productive interconnections, in a horizontal integration focused on the great challenges of the immediate future.”

For his part, the president of the CEOE, Antonio Garamendi, expressed the importance of the agreement and the development of projects in order to strengthen the business sector, which is key in areas such as telecommunications, financial services, the agri-food sector, metallurgy and automobile manufacturing.

K. Villarroel

Source: Finanzasdigital

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