Rafael Pampillón: “There is a lot of unnecessary regulation that hurts economic activity”

Rafael Pampion and José María Benito orchestrated “La Alternativa”, a choral work that brings together a handful of economists and former senior officials of PP governments in an effort to outline an economic policy guided by moderation and away from the sectarianism and populism they attribute. To the government of Pedro Sanchez. – They say the book arose out of boredom with the extremism and perpetual confrontation of the Sanchez government… – When the government insults corporations and speaks badly publicly of the head of Inditex or the head of Ferrovial, it doesn’t. Encouraging the establishment of companies, attracting foreign investment and achieving prosperity in Spain. Why did you leave Ferrovial? … see more

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