Alfonso Merry del Val, president of the National Association of Large Distribution Companies (ANGED), has requested to maintain labor reform and has accused Spain of addressing a "fiscal hell". In Merry of Val's opinion, this slows recovery and should be chosen to reduce taxes.
"Most countries are reducing their taxes to get out of the crisis, while in Spain the tax collection in relation to GDP has increased by 6.5% in the last year, according to IEE data," he said.
"Companies contribute seven more points than the European average in total tax collection," added Merry del Val, and Spain should aspire "a modern, competitive and homologable fiscal system from our surroundings" instead of moving towards "hell Fiscal "that raises short-term collection and is" Devolting "for the future.
The organization - which encompasses companies such as the English court or IKEA - has closed its annual assembly with the presence of the Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, and the President of CEOE, Antonio Garamendi. The president of ANGED has ensured during this event that "few issues arouse both consensus between experts and economic institutions such as maintaining the Labor Reform of 2012 and advanced flexibility."
Merry del Val has also pointed out that the labor market needs "ambitious" reforms and seek "a broad and constructive agreement" at the Social Dialogue Bureau.
The manager has also asked to flee from the "dogmatisms" so as not to return to a "regressive, rigid and interventional" model like the one that was seen in the eighties. "He had lethal consequences for employment in Spain and other countries," he said.
Thus, to resolve what it considers "structural imbalances", as the problem of temporality, it prefers to opt for a "realistic approach" in which the inherent event of some sectors is taken into account.Date Of Update: 22 September 2021, 14:12