According to a report by ECO, the executive chairman of the Stellantis automotive alliance left several praises for the national economy and the industrial sector. Carlos Tavares only regrets the impact that bureaucracy ends up having on the launch of new projects.
“Our country has only one disease: excessive bureaucracy. There are many projects that are abandoned because there are more bureaucratic complications. We have to give society more breathing space. To prioritise something, it would be the reduction of bureaucracy”.
On the other hand, the leader of the automobile alliance pointed to several strengths of the national economy, including “supplying 60% renewable energy is a competitive asset. Going from 60% to 80% within three or four years is a very competitive second asset within Europe”.