The Minister of Productive Development of the Nation, Matias Kulfas, he exhibited on the second of the third day of the 57th edition of the IDEA Colloquium (Institute for Business Development of Argentina). This takes place in Costa Salguero and its premise is “Let’s achieve a sustainable Argentina”, there he provided two pieces of information that hope to the country.
First, Matias Kulfas He explained that ?? today the Argentine industry has 12 out of 16 branches growing and recovering ??explained the official and stressed that the result is thanks to the commitment of the national government and the companies to work together.
In second place, Matias Kulfas he claimed: “We are with a growth of 5% above 2019, the prepandemic period, and 35,000 formal jobs have already been recovered regarding the beginning of the crisis??, and in this sense he added that these reports can in no way be attributed to a fortuitous factor, but rather highlighted the intervention of the State with more than 150 measures that we implement in matters of industrial and productive policy, according to the minister.
?? The State has re-launched a productive industrial policy that is showing results ??, the head of Productive Development of the Nation reflected positively and raised that currently emphasis is on the construction sector and the knowledge economy, in addition to the positive scenarios in agribusiness and energy.
Initiatives to prop up the industry
Kulfas He explained that the Government works to achieve a virtuous industrialization and, consequently, six projects were sent to Congress so that the industrial sectors advance in the new challenges.
It is about the Hydrocarbons Law, which aims to ?? prop up investments that have to do with the oil and gas sector and take advantage of the opportunities of Vaca Muerta ??, he explained Kulfas, as well as the Agroindustrial Development bill and the most recent Sustainable Mobility plan.
Meanwhile, on the other hand, he raised the Government’s premise of achieving “three sustainability”, that is, macroeconomic, environmental and social sustainability as well as the bill presented to Congress by Sergio Massa, “A bridge to the job??. This aims to convert social plans into genuine work, based on the training and formalization of workers in the different sectors.