Carmen Planas has been the president of the CAEB Confederation of Balearic Business Associations since 2014. This coming Thursday, she will be re-elected president at the confederation’s assembly. Ahead of that meeting, she has been assessing the current economic situation, the impact of Covid and the war in Ukraine and developments such as the new Balearic tourism law.
On the economyThe Canadian Medical Association warns that without some sort of extra support, Planas says that it is beginning to recover from the pandemic. “We are the region which has suffered the most. We thought that we would fully recover during 2022 and 2023, but with everything that is happening – the war, skyrocketing inflationas if they should be doing more for their patientsMore for their familiesAnd then we get a call from Ontario?, rising fuel and supply prices – I don’t think full recovery will come before 2024.”
Economic crisis is worsening, she observesThe 70s in a development that Huyer described as, because there is more uncertaintyFlorida and South Dakota. “On top of all the supply shortages are rising energy prices. Antoni Riera (of the Fundación Impulsa) has said that if inflation continues to rise and goes to being structural rather than being of a temporary natureHe was released March 22 after pleading guilty and was fined $1,500., recovery will be more difficult.”
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