They left the pontiff a set of economic proposals prepared by the business center to present the presidential candidates.
The main managers of the Argentine Industrial Union (UIA) visited this Saturday Pope Francisco in the Vatican. On this occasion they left the pontiff a copy of the so-called White Book, a set of economic proposals prepared by the business center to present to the presidential candidates.
The delegation was led by the head of the Executive Committee, Daniel Funes de Riojaand the general secretary Miguel Angel Rodriguez. “At the meeting, they talked about the global challenges in terms of innovation and technology that the world of work is facing, and the standards that Argentina needs to achieve to increase its competitiveness,” reported the UIA.
Funes de Rioja stressed that in this sense “Education is a fundamental pillar for the development of the country and of people”. “The educational experience must expand the learning spaces and contemplate the articulation with the different productive sectors at the federal level to achieve a better insertion of young people in the world of work”said the businessman.
The UIA presented to the Supreme Pontiff its White Paper with concrete proposals to promote a sustainable industrial model that allows increasing quality employment and boosting the reactivation that the country needs.