After the ten-day strike in the subway, Cristina called for “rational arguments”
Buenos Aires, August 14, 2012
President Cristina Kirchner called for rational discussions between employers and employees, after completion of the subway strike, which lasted ten days.
“There are always shocks and labor-management discussions, but they must be sufficiently rational because without each other do not go anywhere, and it all ends up falling as we saw in Argentina,” said Cristina.
“We must ensure that workers do not see the entrepreneur as an enemy and that employers do not see the workers as a problem,” added the president.
Cristina also highlighted the investment announced by the firm of John Deere to produce harvesters and tractors for about $ 598 million and said it will “import substitution”.
“The Aluar plant in Puerto Madryn will send the liquid aluminum by a pipeline, to produce the yews that will become later in aerosol containers. This is a basic input mattered so far,” Cristina described.