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Factsheet for measure ES-2020-31/1373 – measures in Spain
, applies regionally
|Time period||Open ended, started on 30 July 2020|
Promoting the economic, labour market and social recovery
– Support for spending, stimulus packages
|Author||Carlos Molina (UAB)|
|Measure added||30 October 2020 (updated 13 December 2020)|
The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, has signed with the president of the Employer Confederation of Andalucía, Javier González de Lara, with the general secretary of UGT-Andalucía, Carmen Castilla, and with the general secretary of CCOO-Andalucía , Nuria López, a Plan for the Economic and Social Reactivation of Andalusia that will set the priorities for the coming months, the preferred lines of action in economic, labor and social matters in the medium and long-term and budget design, which must be developed in accordance with the financing possibilities available.
The agreement sets four strategic lines of action in order to guarantee social and economic recovery.
This agreement includes a series of specific measures, among which the maintenance of business financing, the promotion of labor flexibility, as well as the consolidation and recovery of the Andalusian company's leading role in international markets.
The consolidation of the financial structure of industrial companies is also contemplated, with the promotion and generation of new business projects, as well as the adaptation of industries to new production processes.
It also proposes to advance in the digital and ecological transition of companies, especially SMEs, enhancing the opportunities offered by the energy transition to improve their competitiveness, as well as promoting the increase in the size of companies to improve their productivity, making them more strong and resistant to crises.
Finally, the need to improve regulations is addressed, simplifying and streamlining procedures, helping to create an environment of legal and stable security, capable of attracting a greater number of investments and industrial, energy and mining projects to Andalusia
No data available
|Applies to all workers||Applies to all businesses||Applies to all citizens|
Local / regional government
No special funding required
Social partners' role in designing the measure and form of involvement:
|Trade unions||Employers' organisations|
|Role||Agreed (outcome) incl. social partner initiative||Agreed (outcome) incl. social partner initiative|
|Form||Direct consultation outside a formal body||Direct consultation outside a formal body|
Social partners' role in the implementation, monitoring and assessment phase:
Social partners were involved in the design of the measure and will monitor its implementation.
Social partners were very supportive about the agreement.
Eurofound (2020), Agreement for the Social and Economic Reactivation of Andalusia, measure ES-2020-31/1373 (measures in Spain), EU PolicyWatch, Dublin, https://static.eurofound.europa.eu/covid19db/cases/ES-2020-31_1373.html
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