The Alliance for the Competitiveness of the Spanish Industry demands greater specificity in the new Industrial Law

The Alliance for the Competitiveness of the Spanish Industry demands greater specificity in the new Industrial Law
The Alliance for the Competitiveness of the Spanish Industry demands greater specificity in the new Industrial Law

The Alliance for the Competitiveness of the Spanish Industry considers the new legislative framework proposed in the draft of the Law on Industry and Strategic Autonomy to be positive presented last week by the Ministry of Industry and Tourism, although it calls for greater specificity regarding the measures and tools with which it should be implemented.

For the Alliance, which represents 60% of Spain’s Gross Industrial Product, it is essential set specific deadlines for the implementation of measures, as well as the future law committing to allocating resources, both human and financial.

“The intentions shown by the Government to attract and establish large industrial projects in Spain are positive,” he said. Carlos Reinoso, spokesperson for the Alliance. “However, without the necessary implementation and resources, we run the risk of it remaining just that, just intentions,” he warns.

The Alliance considers that in order to promote a true reindustrialization of Spain, it is essential that the new legislative framework also contemplates the simplification of bureaucracy administrative, “and of course, prevent the new law from introducing further burdens in this regard“, warns Reinoso, who, as a representative of the Alliance, also believes that guaranteeing legal security for industrial companies is key in this process.

Reindustrialization in our country depends on boosting the competitiveness of industrial companies and, to this end, the Alliance considers it essential that the law includes more ambitious and concrete measures in strategic areas such as energy, logistics and transport, and innovation.

Likewise, and in this line, the Alliance considers it necessary to establish within the Government a Delegated Commission for Industrial Affairs and the obligation to carry out an analysis of the impact of any proposed future regulations on the competitiveness of the industry.

“From the Alliance, we hope that these allegations will lay the foundations for working on specific amendments during the parliamentary process,” concludes Carlos Reinoso, for whom “A lack of ambition in the new legislative framework would lead to losing the opportunity for a true reindustrialisation of Spain”.

 
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