“Portugal is not competitive, neither in labor costs, nor in terms of context, nor in the price of energy. The country is not competitive” and this is highly worrying, recognizes Armindo Monteiro, vice president of the CIP. In response to the final money from a conference in which the confederation of Portuguese entrepreneurs revealed a crisis as a perspective for the future, Arm Monteiro highlighted the same importance of the result of the next operations of Vivo on the 30th and the economic venture that the next government will carry out.
“Speak- creator and create wealth”, lamenting for the entrepreneur, revealing himself in hopes of much that in changing the focus that has been very focused on companies – creator and creating wealth – and disseminating – until now, more emphasis on companies – creator and create wealth – and publicize- until now, more emphasis on These conditions to “at least compete on an equal footing with the rest”.
Armindo Monteiro, even if he is not able to function, but still has the capacity to function, namely in the matter. Even so, there is confidence in an economic recovery that “is taking place in K”, but which already allows some perspectives for the future.
In this sense, most companies confirm that they will maintain hiring levels or even hire. So there are human resources that are relevant to the fabric. “There is no certainty of talent, it is a matter of a major crisis issue. And it is not a matter of certainty of talent. to Dinheiro Vivo. And that affects “the growth potential of companies and the country”.