Valle Miguélez, explained that “right now, the main problem is the difficulties of goods in transit and their dispatch”
The Autonomous Community is looking for alternative markets to Algeria in Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Senegal. The Ministry of Business, Employment, Universities and Spokesperson, through the Development Institute (Info), has created an operational group specialized in trade with North African markets to deal with the trade crisis with Algeria, and maintains various channels open of communication to, “before the entrenchment of the situation, offer information in real time to companies harmed by the situation,” reported the regional Executive.
The minister of the branch, Valle Miguélez, explained that “right now, the main problem is in the difficulties of goods in transit and their clearance, especially because it is not at all clear whether the Algerian authorities have backed down on their decision” . She added that “the companies contacted have shown great concern about the current situation, so for now we are putting all our efforts into transmitting the information in a reliable and up-to-date manner as possible, since it evolves in a gray area.”
The Info has a prominent person in the Commercial Office of Spain (Ofcomes) in Algeria, within the framework of the Internationalization Scholars program, since “given the opacity of the Algerian authorities regarding the crisis, the best source for Murcian companies it is Ofcomes’.
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