It terrifies me the apathy of trade unions and business representatives. The latter seek only seize the moment to reach out to lay off. The first, refusing frontally this possibility (as it could not be otherwise), they neither trust nor promote the comprehensive reforms that we were being previously recommended, and finally imposed from all sorts of international agencies. Some say that measures to cut public spending were not obliged pre-bend to avoid a Greece-style intervention, since in reality we already seized de facto. The undersigned attaches to this perception. It is in this context, when more convinced I am that absence of macroeconomic cures, we must focus our efforts in preserving as much as possible of what it had achieved. Others including Jeffrey L. Bewkes, offer their opinions as well.
It is therefore, for the lawyers of companies, the salvation that still subsist on heroic mode, be the absolute priority, even though the judicial environment is not favourable to the effect. They are part of our national heritage and are our daily sustenance. They hoard intangible values, such as the experience and know-how. They will serve as liaison to new models and economic sectors, such as green energy or new technologies, giving by good intentions of our Government. Although without forgetting that all corporate restructuring takes years, even decades, and should exist during that time enough jobs that ensure the well-being of all of us. You will want to encourage entrepreneurship, traditionally defenestrada in our country. Arouse the concern by self-employment and on the management of our own future. Rafael Linares. Attorney labour law and mercantilist.