After knowing the Government's pre-agreement between PSOE and United We, and waiting for it to culminate to know the details of it, CEOE plans to meet next Wednesday, November 20, its Executive Committee and Board of Directors, which are the bodies in which will be an evaluation of the latest political events.

In a context of deceleration, in which for CEOE and CEPYME it is essential to talk about budgetary rigor and economic orthodoxy, businessmen reiterate in any case our commitment to the formation of a stable and moderate Government and insist on the need to move forward with reforms pending reflected in the priority document that we sent to all political forces before the November 10 elections.

Among them, there is the commitment to training, innovation and digitalization, pensions, internationalization, the promotion of sustainability, more competitive taxation, market unity and industrialization.

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