• The minister is committed to making economic stability and the social agenda compatible

The Minister of Economy and Business, Nadia Calviño, affirmed this Wednesday at the inauguration ceremony of the high positions of the ministry that the Government wants to make the commitments of economic and financial stability compatible with the social agenda that Spain so badly needs. "We want a robust economy, but one that is fair to the citizens," Calviño said, while stressing the importance of the Government's Delegate Commission for Economic Affairs and asking ministry workers for their collaboration "to improve the it does not work and to take advantage of all the ideas that can help us achieve a more modern and inclusive country. ”

On the other hand, after promising the position, the Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support, Ana de la Cueva, and the Secretary of State for the Information Society and the Digital Agenda, Francisco Polo, have intervened in the act . De la Cueva has made it a priority to "strengthen Spain's presence in Europe and in international financial institutions", while Francisco Polo has defended that Spain is an entrepreneurial nation and has claimed that "talent is a priority and that it is the center of our economy thanks to digital transformation ”.

In addition to the secretaries of state, Amparo López has taken office, as undersecretary of economy and business; Carlos San Basilio, as Secretary General of the Treasury and International Financing; Carmen Balsa, as director of the Cabinet of the Minister of Economy and Business; Elena Aparici, as General Director of the Treasury and Financial Policy; Luis Martí, as General Director of Economic Policy; Roberto Sánchez, as general director of Telecommunications and Information Technologies; and José Carlos García de Quevedo, as president of the Official Credit Institute (ICO).

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