Updated Thursday, 9 September 2021 – 12:56
The president of the Catalan employers’ association Foment, Josep Snchez Llibre, affirms that the withdrawal of the project could be “a ruin for the Catalan economy”. Pimec considers the loss of that investment unacceptable.
Josep Snchez Llibre, president of Foment, yesterday during the press conference Alejandro GarcaEFE
Foment del Treball, the Catalan employer’s association, has today shown its “indignation and perplexity” at the Government’s position regarding the expansion of the El Prat airport and has asked for “a quick rectification ” to resume the dialogue with the Spanish Government and thus save an investment of 1.7 billion for this infrastructure.
The president of the organization, Josep Snchez Llibre, has strongly charged against the “irresponsibility” and “negligence” of the Government of the Generalitat in view of its position in the Barcelona Airport expansion.
The day after knowing the Government’s decision to suspend the planned investment in the Barcelona-El Prat Airport due to the lack of support from the Government of the Generalitat, the president of Foment, Josep Snchez Llibre, has charged against the attitude of the Government and has urged to resume the dialogue, reports ..
“That Government and Govern open a in-depth dialogue that allows the airport’s investment to be re-approved, “claimed Snchez Llibre, who recalled that Foment was one of the promoter entities of the more than 200 entities that in June claimed to carry out the expansion of El Prat.
“We will not stand still before what it could be the ruin of the Catalan economy “, has warned Snchez Llibre before the possibility of not having these 1,700 million investment in the airport.
Pimec, the organization that encompasses small and medium-sized Catalan companies. has regretted that the Government has suspended the investment to expand the Barcelona – El Prat Airport, and has claimed the central Executive and the Generalitat “responsibility to reach a new agreement “to expand the infrastructure.
In a statement, he demanded “an urgent meeting between governments and social agents” to find a new way to expand the airport. The president of the employer, Antoni Caeta, has considered it unacceptable to withdraw the investment, and has called not to renounce “the progress provided by public and private infrastructures, vital for the country and its development.”
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