Last week I participated in Jerusalem in the "OurCrowd Global Investor Summit", a benchmark international forum for financing the most innovative business and entrepreneurial projects. From our experience, and as it became even more evident during the Summit, the most successful projects in attracting investment have a clear answer to five very simple questions that I listed in this post.
In 2017 there was an increase in vehicle sales in Spain compared to previous year but at lower rates, once again revealing that it is still upwards compared to the historical figures of 2007. Regarding exports, the fall in sales to the United Kingdom reflects a new negative effect because of the Brexit.
The stormy progress of the takeover bid of ABERTIS and the hotness and coldness of its participants recall those romantic novels in which an outcome with tragic tinges different to those desired by its leading characters end up imposing themselves. The leading figures of these works cannot be removed from the force of destiny because, although they do not know it, the final outcome has already been written.
The report of the Committee of Experts ("the Commission") created by the government at the beginning of the year has been added to the multiple opinions expressed in the past about our system of regional financing.
In an auspicious international context, from Equipo Economico we foresee that Spanish GDP will continue to move forward in 2018 at an annual rate of 2.8%. The Spanish economy is currently benefiting from the expansive cycle initiated after the deep crisis, thanks to the economic reforms undertaken, and despite the impact of the increase in uncertainty associated with the situation in Catalonia.