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April 29, 2015

The Spanish government increased the growth forecast of the economy

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During the official press conference, the Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, rose by four tenths the forecasting GDP growth of Spain in 2015, namely to  2.9%. At the same time, he noted that to sustain the growth it will be necessary to continue with the "very ambitious reforms" and to be "extremely effective in the administration." The Prime Minister guarantee that he will be the candidate of the political party PP in the national elections, no matter what happens on the 24-M, when the regional elections are. Also, Rajoy doesn’t exclude the possibility to convoke the  national elections on September 27, 2015, which thus will coincide with elections in Catalonia.

The Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced on Monday that the growth forecast for Spain in 2015 is by 2.9%, which is five tenths more than according to the latest official estimates. Rajoy, speaking at an official lunch organized by Europa Press, also noted that the growth forecast for next year will be "in the same direction." "This is not volunteerism, and not just empty words," – Rajoy said after the announcement of these forecasts, noting that "very reasonable" can guarantee that Spain will be the fastest growing economy in the European Union "with a significant difference "compared to the average of Eurozone.

Responding to the questions, the chief executive of Spain confirmed the forecast of his government that this year will be created more than half a million jobs, which is already confirms the latest data from the survey of employment in the first quarter. "Our main objective" is certainly to achieve such figures as twenty million people employed in the next legislature. Mariano Rajoy also said his government will continue to maintain the pace of implementation of the "necessary reforms" which has begun his cabinet, with the focus now in areas such as management, training for employment, support for market research and innovation. In addition, the Prime Minister said that during those years in Spain the welfare state, which remained "does not exist anywhere else in the world."

Therefore, he also explained that the purpose of the next legislature will return “to normal situation according to Article 135 of the Constitution", that is, the absence of the public deficit.


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