The chief of staff of the province of Buenos Aires, Martín Insaurralde, participated in the official inauguration of the Cañuelas Agricultural Market, a space for interaction and reference for the agribusiness sector in Argentina.
the chief of ministers, together with the mayor Marisa Fassi and the director of National Roads, Gustavo Arrieta, They inaugurated the new meeting space that, in addition to functioning as a market for agricultural products, has a comprehensive offer that includes a shopping mall, hotel, service station, an exhibition sector and a neighborhood with 320 housing lots, it was detailed in a official statement.
The project means creation of more than 7,500 direct and indirect jobs, both at the instance of construction as of the market operating, new business opportunities for suppliers, economic development of the area and access to housing.
“This productive commitment is not accidental, it is the response to a model and a vision of public management that is carried out here in Cañuelas,” said Insaurralde, stressing that the day was one of “historical vindication with the production of Buenos Aires because the new market Farmer It is in the territory that has the most heads in the country: the province of Buenos Aires”.
“We believe in the field and in science working together for intelligent and sustainable production,” said the chief of ministers of the province and added: “You can count on me, Governor Axel Kicillof and the entire government team that is committed to articulation with the private sector to strengthen the great social computer that is employment”.
For its part, the mayor Marisa Fassi expressed his “immense happiness” for the inauguration of the Agricultural Market because, he said “It is a symbol of growth, development and work for our city and the entire region.”
Along these lines, he thanked the consignees who chose Cañuelas “to make the largest investment in the 200-year history” of the municipality.
While, Arrieta considered that “it is a holiday not only for the residents of Cañuelas in the year of our Bicentennial, but also for production and investment in the province of Buenos Aires”.