Senior Vice President and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation Nadia Calvinho stated that the government of Spain “was on Aragon’s side, betting that the next Tata Motors battery factory will be here”. In remarks to the media in Zaragoza, Calvino reiterated his support for the Indian Auto Group’s location in Spain after visiting, along with the Socialist congressional candidate for Zaragoza and Education Minister Pilar Alegria, the city of Mobility. The aforementioned space, promoted by the Fundación Ibercaja with the support of the Government of Aragon and housed in the pavilion of the symbolic bridge of the 2008 International Exhibition in Zaragoza, is an innovative benchmark for the new mobility of the future.
Calvino asserted that during his last trip to India he was “supporting Aragon as a candidate with all advantages to become the headquarters of the new Grupo Tata gigabattery”, which could be installed in Zoira (Zaragoza). As detailed, “We have worked extensively and the Asian company will have its own calendar to make the final decision.”
The other candidate to take over the succulent industrial project is the United Kingdom, a strong competitor that has appeared in recent weeks to have taken advantage of Spain in the battle to attract investment from the Indian company as the site for its huge factory for electric car batteries .. Tata Motors is discussing between the nomination of Aragon or choosing to install its new factory in Somerset (United Kingdom) after learning of the public aid package it will receive from the British government.
Calvinho also demonstrated the support of the central government of Aragon through PERTE VEC and with all the investments “that have made it possible for its per capita income to be close to that of Catalonia and to have the deployment of renewable resources comparable to that of Navarre.” Thanks to all this, the societies that make the best use of European money and are committed to joining the new green and digital economy to give their citizens more and better opportunities.
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