Martinez and Climent highlight the business opportunity that will create new ways to treat waste through the circular economy
The Minister of Sustainable Economy, Productive Sectors, Trade and Labor, Rafael Climent, visited Orihuela to close the round of visits by the Chambers of Commerce of the Valencian Community, promoted by the Council of Chambers. During the day, the needs of the industry and commerce in Orihuela and La Vega Baja were analyzed, as well as the business challenges that will be faced in 2019.
The president of Chamber Orihuela, Mario Martinez, along with the Councilor for Commerce of the City of Orihuela, Miguel Ángel Fernández and various businessmen and representatives of the institution cameral, have received in the Business Incubator the regional responsible. After that, they visited the Amefruits food production and exporting company and the Rocas & Design artificial rock theming company.
The president of Chamber Orihuela has explained the challenges facing companies for next year, issues of concern such as the Brexit, “which directly affects our tourism and export industry, especially agri-food”; the new waste regulations that both Martínez and Climent saw as “a new business opportunity” or the situation in the center of Orihuela.
At this point, the head of the house has stopped to indicate that the urban area of the city is facing problems such as “depopulation, the departure of young people because houses are not built and with it the disappearance this course of 200 places of child education “. Martinez said that all this affects the installation of companies that in turn affects, for example, in trade.
The day will culminate with a meal with representatives of fifteen companies in which all these issues will be discussed and in which the Minister said he wants to “really give voice to the protagonists of the day to day of our economy, because only then we can implement policies that bear fruit. ”
Rafael Climent has opted for reindustrialization focusing, in the case of the Vega Baja “in the agri-food sector, but without forgetting the tourism in which we have to improve professionalism and quality.” He also wanted to know how the business fabric affects the internationalization effort that is being made by the Generalitat “and know how to improve the connection of our productive fabric with the world”. On the Brexit, Climent has predicted that “it seems that it will be mild and that in areas such as tourism and export it may even be favorable for the Valencian Community”.
The Minister of Economy has coincided with Mario Martinez in highlighting the importance of the new waste treatment regulations that come from Brussels and has said that you have to change some data that “make your hair stand on end”. Thus, he has reported that the ecological footprint in Spain is 2.4 times our surface, “which means that we need almost two and a half Spains to absorb all the waste we generate, and at the level of the planet, 1.7, which He says we have to start changing habits. ”
Finally, Climent said that this meeting would also have a section to talk about infrastructure, to analyze “if the Central Government is betting on the Vega Baja or if you have to demand more.” At the same time, he highlighted that in the Uneix Plan of the Generalitat, after the allegations presented, “it seems that CV-95 will finally be incorporated, a road that is important because of the traffic it has”.
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