Olano says Gipuzkoa’s latest economic data is “still positive”

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According to the deputy general of Gipuzkoa, “the effects of the storm clouds” of the war in Ukraine are not yet felt, although he admits they are “aware they are coming”.

The Deputy General of Gipuzkoa, Markel Olanohas ensured that the last economic data from Gipuzkoa are “still positive”, and that even surpasses that of 2021, which was a “record year”. “The effects of the storm clouds (of the war in Ukraine) are not yet noticeable, but we are aware that they will come,” he admitted with “concern

In an interview with the Radio Euskadi program “Boulevard”, which will be broadcast this Wednesday from the Go Mobility fair, Olano explained that given this situation, both the provincial councils and the Basque government “mixed strategy” that is, on the one hand, “betting on strategic structures”, among which the Center for New Mobility, Mubil, has mentioned, and on the other hand, ensuring the liquidity of the companies, which due to the current situation “have kept their orders, but whose profitability lies in solfa due to the increase in energy and fuels”.

Just questioned about the aid to alleviate the effects of the war in Ukraine that the Spanish government tomorrow and that they may not succeed because of the crisis of the “Catalan Gate”, the leader of Jeltzale has acknowledged that the alleged political espionage it has led to “a great political crisis and a great mistrust, even in my own party, and this is deadly for the approval of the initiatives”. According to Olano, “transparency and knowing what happened is essential. In that sense, I trust that the situation will be rectified.”


Source: EITB

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