Friday, June 18

Plan to relaunch exports


Héctor Salvador, director of Casa Mediterráneo;  Toni Mayor, vice president of the CEV and president of Hosbec;  Araceli Poblador, deputy delegate of the Government in Alicante;  Juan Riera, president of the Alicante Chamber of Commerce and Tomás Mayoral, director of INFORMATION.  |  PHOTO REPORT: RAFA ARJONES

Héctor Salvador, director of Casa Mediterráneo; Toni Mayor, vice president of the CEV and president of Hosbec; Araceli Poblador, deputy delegate of the Government in Alicante; Juan Riera, president of the Alicante Chamber of Commerce and Tomás Mayoral, director of INFORMATION. | PHOTO REPORT: RAFA ARJONES

The minister highlighted in her speech, followed, among others, by the president of the Chamber of Commerce, Juan Riera, They have not only protected the export sector during the pandemic, but now want to strengthen it with “a new internationalization plan that we will approve this Tuesday in the Council of Ministers. Therefore, the Government, as it has always done when we have had any problem in our main export markets, is going to develop all the necessary actions to defend the export sector, in this case footwear, ”Maroto underlined. The minister hopes that “in the coming days we can have good news of the progress that is being made within the OECD framework of this digital rate, in which the US is working and, of course, from the Government of Spain we support because We believe that, in the field of digitization and taxation in digitization, a framework such as the OECD is appropriate. ‘ Maroto asserted that «we hope to also have good news and that we compete in what we know how to do well, which is to develop good products to place them in our markets and that we move to a different understanding with the new Biden administration, which has shown a predisposition to strengthen the bilateral collaboration with Spain and also with the EU, recovering a transatlantic agenda that will also be key for the recovery after the pandemic, “he added. «The export sector is going to be key to recovering the Spanish economy. It was in 2008 and we are convinced that it will also be for now ”.

Toni Francés, mayor of Alcoy; María Jesús Arias Paredes, councilor of Vectalia; Adrián Ivorra, director of INFORMACIÓN TV; Mariano Ramírez, from the Executive Cabinet of the EUIPO; Agustín Grau, from the Communication department of the EUIPO and Blanca Francés López, president of the Association of Passenger Transport Management. F.J.B.


José Manuel Casado, director of the Institute of International Economics of the University of Alicante; Antonio Escudero, emeritus professor at the University of Alicante; Manuel Desantes, professor of Private International Law at the University of Alicante; Álvaro Sánchez, general director of AEC (Spanish Association of Footwear Component Companies) and José Antonio Ibarra Torres, vice president of AEC. F.J.B.


Juan Ramón Gil, general director of INFORMATION Contents; Carolina Pascual, Minister of Innovation, Universities, Science and Digital Society; Christian Archambeau, Executive Director of the EUIPO; Carlos González Serna, mayor of Elche; Amparo Navarro Faure, rector of the University of Alicante and Juan José Ruiz Martínez, rector of the Miguel Hernández University of Elche. F.J.B.


Baldomero Rodríguez, Elche City Council press; Maribel Martínez Tercero, member of the Board of Directors of AEPA; Jaime Cremades Ñago, general director of the Horneo Alicante Handball Club and Pedro López, advisor to the mayor of the Elda City Council. F.J.B.


Miguel Quintanilla, CEO of the IDEX group; Marián Cano, executive president of the Valencian Association of Footwear Entrepreneurs (AVECAL); Pablo Serna, CEO of TM Grupo Inmobiliario; Carolina Gracia Gómez, PSOE provincial deputy; Ricard Cabedo Serna, General Director of Business Relations at Mercadona and Javier Mondéjar, from the Communication department of the Alicante Chamber of Commerce. F.J.B.


Diego Lorente, general secretary and general director of AVE (Valencian Association of Entrepreneurs); Juan Bosco Montero, Subdelegate for Defense in Alicante; Antonio Arias, vice president and CEO of Vectalia; Rubén Alfaro, mayor of Elda; Manuel Román, president of AEC (Spanish Association of Footwear Component Companies) and Jorge Alarte, general director of Relations with the Autonomous Communities and Institutional Representation in the Generalitat Valenciana. F.J.B.


María Gilabert Almagro, head of the magazine «Casa Mediterráneo»; Carlos Bartual Arques, delegate of Europa Press in Alicante; Mari Luz Gil, coordinator of the INFORMATION Club and Ángela Martín, editor of Europa Press Televisión. F.J.B.


Toñi Serna, regional deputy and deputy spokesperson of the PSPV-PSOE in the Valencian Courts; Juana Serna, president of the PSPV-PSOE; Lázaro Azorín, mayor of Pinoso; Antonio Puerto, mayor of Aspe; María Dolores Berenguer, mayor of Monforte del Cid and Jaime Joaquín Albero Gabriel, mayor of Sant Joan. F.J.B.


Jaume Ferrer, Dean of the UA Law School; Ángel Sánchez Sánchez, vice-rector for Economic and Strategic Planning of the UA; Raquel Huete, director of the Ongoing Training Center of the UA; Luis Alfonso Martínez, vice-rector for Academic Organization of the UA; Juan Francisco Mesa, dean of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UA and Raúl Ruiz, dean of the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the UA. F.J.B.


Ignacio Jiménez Raneda, former rector of the University of Alicante; Luis Consuegra, provincial director of External Relations of Mercadona; Héctor Díez, spokesperson for the Municipal Government team of the Elche City Council; Armando Ortuño, director of the Pedro Zaragoza Chair at the University of Alicante and María Martín Arévalo, Director of Communication at the University of Alicante. F.J.B.


Francisco Alcaraz, Head of Projects at Casa Mediterráneo; Ramón A. Alonso, Head of Communication in Alicante at Coca Cola; Lázaro Germán Marín, Communication Director of the Miguel Hernández University of Elche and Alejandro Riera, Head of the Cabinet of the Government Sub-delegation in Alicante. F.J.B.


Federico Fuster, vice president of HOSBEC; Esther Guilabert, general director of IFA; Nuria Montes, general secretary of HOSBEC; Leire Bibao, Manager of VisitBenidorm; José Juan López Espín, vice-rector for Students and Coordination of the Miguel Hernández University and Luis Rodríguez, general secretary of FEMPA. F.J.B.



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