At the closing of the General Assembly of the Spanish Confederation of Small and Medium Enterprises (CEPYME), which also attended Magdalena Valerio, Minister of Labor, Migration and Social Security in office, and Reyes Maroto, Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, acting, Calvo said that the Government is aware of the problems of SMEs and "never from our hands will come a tax burden to small and medium enterprises, which supports the true business fabric of our country."

"We have to help the internationalization of SMEs" said Calvo, who added that "we have a significant challenge in new technologies and in the digitization of our business fabric", which will allow us to update the business model and reduce the rural and gender gap.

The Acting Vice-President pointed out that "the establishment of population in the territory comes hand in hand with small initiatives and an important part is in the hands of women" and added that "we need to narrow many gaps in the Spanish economy that have to see with the gender gaps ", because, as different studies point out, the full incorporation of women would allow to raise several points of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Calvo concluded by stressing that "the Government wants to turn social policies into the axis of social sustainability and social peace, from which the company can move with the necessary tranquility and legal security." And he has emphasized the need to make the "transition of our economic and productive model" because "the right course is to sustain the planet by sustaining an economy that knows how to understand it".

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