“Starting in 2023, we will have a governor who will see the opportunities we have in our state. We are going to guarantee for local entrepreneurs a policy of tax incentives that make companies grow here, this is a gain in competitiveness”, declared the candidate for governor, Rachel Lyra (PSDB), this Thursday (1st), in Industry Dialoguecarried out by Federation of Industries of the State of Pernambuco (Fiepe). The applicant received a document with claims from the industry segment.
When presenting her government commitments for Pernambuco’s industrial policy to the businessmen, who packed the event, Raquel stated that the state’s development solutions go through the review of the tax policyinfrastructure, professional qualification, access to water and the reduction of bureaucracy in opening new businesses.
“We will form an alliance for new jobs. Our commitment is to have the productive sector as a great partner and protagonist in the development that Pernambuco needs, and for the opening of new jobs. I come here to introduce myself as someone who demonstrated significant results when I was mayor of Caruaru ”, said the candidate, noting that the Capital of Agreste broke a record in job creation during her term.
Raquel reinforced her proposals to reduce the bureaucracy of access to credit for small entrepreneurs through the program Let’s Undertake!the combination of secondary and vocational education with the Trilhatec program and the modernization of environmental licensing.
“We are going to make Pernambuco a good state to undertake. We have great opportunities in the tourism sector, in information technology, in regional hubs and textile, and we need strategic planning. More than dreams, we need to get projects off the ground,” he added.
O president of Fiepe, Ricardo Essinger, emphasized that “society’s participation is decisive in this democratic process, so we, from the Fiepe System, spare no effort to improve our state. Hence the importance of knowing the candidates’ policies and their positions for the industry.”
Former senator and former president of the National Confederation of Industry (CNI), Armando Monteiro, and candidate for alternate senator, Fred Loyo, were also present at the event.
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