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France hasroom to manoeuvre. José María Romero

El Economista

Sunday 2nd of February 2014

José María Romero, an economist at the strategic consulting firm Equipo Económico, analyzes the situation of the French economy. He considers that it has still margin to react so that it does not become a serious problem for the Eurozone’s future.

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Best taxation of R & D as a reasonable exception. Salvador Ruiz Gallud


Saturday 11th of January 2014

Salvador Ruiz Gallud sets out fiscal policy as a suitable tool to encourage R&D, with advantages over the subsidy policy.

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After crossing the Rubicon, we are now starting to grow again. Ricardo Martínez Rico

El Mundo

Friday 27th of December 2013

Ricardo Martínez Rico confirms that Spain has ceased to be the focus of global concern because we have now successfully left the recession behind; the centerpiece of this is the cause and effect relationship between the reforms carried out and the positive results now accumulating.

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The crisis begins to lag behind. Ricardo Martínez Rico

Canarias 7

Thursday 14th of November 2013

In a speech at the ADP debate in the Canary Islands, Ricardo Martínez Rico upholds that the recession appears to be behind us and the latest indicators point to a turnaround in the Spanish economy.

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More than just a transatlantic agreement. José María Romero


Wednesday 7th of August 2013

José María Romero explains that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a strategic bet, which seeks to establish a wider association between the U.S. and the EU, mainly in the regulatory area

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