Sanchez embarked on an economic tour of Manhattan, USA, which also has obligations in Los Angeles and San Francisco, and he wants to describe Spain’s expectations for its recovery, transformation and recession program after the Covid-19 epidemic.
After an interview with the broadcaster MSNBC, the head of the Spanish government met with senior executives of investment groups and other companies at the headquarters of the Office of Economics and Commerce in New York.
Sanchez said the latter epidemic should be an opportunity for modernization and digitalization of the Spanish economy. While he insists the recovery plan will change the country, he also sees it as an opportunity for foreign investors.
In addition to this meeting, Sanchez’s agenda in New York includes two highlights: a luncheon with businessman and former mayor Michael Bloomberg and a meeting with Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, the world’s largest financial manager.
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