He stressed that since its inception it has played a leading role in proposing ideas that have accompanied the growth of the country.
Martínez valued the document prepared and highlighted its regularity over the last six years. In addition, he synthesized some of the issues that make it up, such as competitiveness, the exchange rate, the country’s international insertion, educational reform, tax policy and infrastructure. “The confederation does not claim, but rather proposes,” he specified.
Also in attendance were the Vice President of the Republic, Beatriz Argimón; the Deputy Secretary of the Presidency, Rodrigo Ferrés; the Minister of the Environment, Adrián Peña; from National Defense, Javier García; from Economy and Finance, Azucena Arbeleche; of Labor and Social Security, Pablo Mieres; Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries, Fernando Mattos; of Tourism, Tabare Viera; the president of the Confederation of Business Chambers, Juan Martínez, representatives of the Legislative Branch, diplomats, members of business chambers and special guests.