Toledo, 31 (Europe Press)
The Minister of Economy, Business and Employment, Patricia Franco, has approached companies with British capital in the region who will soon hold a meeting with representatives of the UK Embassy in Spain. They were offered this meeting as a means of dialogue to present their proposals, needs and concerns that the new Brexit scenario generated in these companies that were founded in Castilla-La Mancha.
He is that Franco, as stated in a press release issued by the regional government, met from a distance with the heads of dozens of companies with foreign capital in the region, who provided them with the support of the regional administration in developing its activities. It also puts at its disposal the tools of the regional executive authority to ensure this comprehensive support, in addition to developing new investment projects.
In this context, the consultant put on the table the support of the regional government in achieving regional incentives to support investment, and the work of the business support units that were established under the Priority Projects Law.
The head of the regional economy stressed the importance of maintaining a stable regulatory framework that ensures the continuity of investment flows, as the United Kingdom is the second country in foreign direct investment in Spain and in the past two years 2019 and 2020 the fifth and sixth places, respectively, in the export destination of Castile and Manchigas