Within the framework of the meeting of the Economic and Social Council, the Government, through the Ministry of Productive Development, launches its plan this Tuesday: Productive Argentina 2030through which it seeks to promote the development of the sector.
The program will be officially announced by Minister Matías Kulfas, after the executing unit Productive Argentina 2030 be disclosed in the official bulletin of the government agency.
Through Productive Argentina 2030, The Government plans to create around 2 million formal jobs, as well as 100 thousand companieswhich will help reduce national poverty rates.
Likewise, the initiative aims to strengthen the food sector, in the midst of a growing inflationary acceleration that has been felt throughout the country since last year, and that in this 2022 promises not to be very different.
During the launch of the program, different representatives of the productive sector will be present, among them, Miguel Acevedo, from Aceitera General Deheza and UIA; and Natalio Grinmam from the Argentine Chamber of Commerce.
What are the objectives of Argentina Productiva 2030
The Government’s ambitious project seeks, in addition to generating employment, strengthen local exports by doubling them so that the productive sector has greater growth.
What’s more, the program It will be aligned with several objectives to mitigate the effects of climate change, since the demands of agribusiness are aimed at developing more sustainable practices.
At the same time, instruments and policies will be implemented so that the country can establish a green economy, as well as modernize the industry with state-of-the-art technology that can meet current needs.
The project that will be launched today at the Kirchner Cultural Center also aims to lift one million people a year out of poverty, reduce inequality and increase the participation of women in formal employment.