Arturo Bris (Guadalajara, 1967) is a degree in Economics and Law by the Autonomous University and Doctor in Finance by the Insead.
Professor at the IMD, he also directs his relevant center of world competitiveness.
That, competitiveness, is something that the Spanish economy lacks and warns that Spain is losing attractive against Portugal or Italy.
"When companies talk about moving to Spain it is only for the quality of life," he says.
And he adds that it is not only an error that public workers have not assumed the consequences of the crisis, but the pensioners also refuse to do so by covering themselves in the "fallacy that their pension has been paid."
Updated Date: 26 July 2021, 13:28