Strong warning from the Argentine Chamber of Construction to the national government regarding the adjustment

Strong warning from the Argentine Chamber of Construction to the national government regarding the adjustment
Strong warning from the Argentine Chamber of Construction to the national government regarding the adjustment

“If we don’t get investments, there is no chance that the standard of living of Argentines will improve,” said Gustavo Weiss.

The Argentine Chamber of Construction (CAC) sent a message with warnings to the national government. “Another plan is needed,” said the president of the organization, Gustavo WeissOn the eve of the May Pact in Tucumán, the business leader called for a “development plan that complements the adjustment plan.”

Despite the claim, Weiss confirmed that he will travel to Tucumán to be present during the May Pact, but insisted on his request to the national Government for a change of course. The business leader considered that “the economic recession that we are going through is a consequence of the economic adjustment that the Government has applied because it was unviable to continue with that inflation.” Although he understood that “this had to be done, with virtues and defects” he pointed out that “the V-shaped rebound is not imminent. Another plan is needed. A development plan that complements the adjustment plan.”

“Macroeconomic stability”

“If we don’t get investments, there is no chance that the standard of living of Argentines will improve,” he said. The construction leader also called for a focus on “macroeconomic stability” and the “development of a strong currency.”

“We have to critically analyze what we have done wrong in this long period with governments of different stripes,” he stressed.

Weiss said he will be in Tucumán on Monday with the presidents of the Argentine Industrial Union, Daniel Funes from Rioja; from the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, Adelmo Gabbi; of the Argentine Rural Society, Nicholas Pino; from the Argentine Chamber of Commerce, Mario Grinman and the Argentine Banking Association, Javier Bolzico“The May Pact talks about state policies, things that we Argentines should agree on. In general terms we should agree,” he said.

The president of the Argentine Chamber of Construction (CAC) acknowledged that “at the annual convention of the Chamber we discussed the problems of the sector and pointed out to Caputo the difficulties that the sector is going through.” “We told Caputo what our opinion is on what needs to be done in this situation,” he reiterated.

 
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