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Uruguay Shares Experiences of Public Policies to Support Local Enterprises

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23/08/2012

The Seminar "Uruguay entrepreneur, public policy institutional entrepreneurship" aims to study public policy beneficial to Uruguay by understanding the experiences of Chile, Ecuador and Mexico. The event is held on Hall Executive Tower and upon completion will develop workshops in some ministries.

The representative of the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining ( ), Roberto Kreimerman, said the seminar aims to meet international experience in public policy and evaluate the implementation in Uruguay of the most beneficial. "It is essential that learning is systematized and last decades, and that the growth of local enterprises is not only for the generation of international fair winds and good government measures, "said the minister.

In the opening ceremony of the seminar, said Kreimerman national entrepreneurs show a significant change in their thinking. "There is more optimism to bet on new ideas, companies and business models to meet opportunities. One example is the development of software, software deployment and new ideas in biotechnology fields and services, "he said.

Regarding commercial growth has manifested Uruguay in the last decade, said: "We will continue to grow, perhaps at a slower pace than we had been. Instead of growth averaging 6% over the past nine years, in 2012 the average will be 3.5% and probably in 2013, 4% ". However, encouraged that "we must continue to build on the operational benefits, diversifying our industries, and create an environment of technological capabilities and agribusiness".

Kreimerman understands that Uruguay will maintain and sustain economic growth and improve social justice through increased industrialization, more productive development and a new international, as the world changed its economic structure. In this sense, he added that to achieve this it is important to support and generate own productive capacities, both goods and services, and human resources for this.

The seminar takes place on August 23 in the Executive Tower and arrange the MIEM along with the National Craft, Small and Medium Enterprises ( ), Federated Agricultural Cooperatives ( ) and the founding . Speakers are the undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy and Finance ( ), Luis Porto; DINAPYME director, Pablo Villar, CAF director representative in Uruguay, Gladis Gema, the director of AVINA-Uruguay, Carmen Correa, the representative of , Otto Granados, Elizabeth Zapata, , and Andres Zurita, the . After the activity in some ministries will develop workshops on implementing the policies set.

 

 


 

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