Cristina asks for maturity to employers and trade unionists
BUENOS AIRES, March 22, 2011.- Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner introduced new tools to encourage the growth of the capital goods industry in the Casa Rosada and demanded “seriousness and maturity” between businessman and unionists.
Cristina said that “structurally economy today would not have to have certain tensions and problems, unless there is a fight for the irrational distribution of income.”
She added, “To continue sustaining this growth, in order you can continue producing and making a profit. In order that unions can continue making collective agreements and can generate benefits for their members. To keep things smoothly requires a lot of maturity, seriousness and responsibility of these two main actors.”
“We’re running out of excuses, the macroeconomic conditions are given to put Argentina in the international economy as a strong character actor,” the president said.
She added that “the State will always be there, to articulate, addressing problems of employers and workers.”