Cristina: “Industrialisation is not an economic variable responds to a political project”
Buenos Aires, September 3, 2012
President Cristina Kirchner led the Industry Day rally in Technopolis, delivering a speech through a national network, and said that “industrialization is not an economic variable responds to a country’s political project”. “
“The decision is not to be a country without producing value, a country with the agreed wage and salary largest industrial marketplace,” said the president.
“Each country chooses a project to serve the larger national interests which cannot be other than growth, job generation and consumption, which ultimately is the re industrialization,” she added.
Cristina also said that “we will grow, not as in the years 2010 and 2011, but we will grow and it will allow us to face 2013 with much greater strength.”
She added that “the exchange rate is not delayed, there we have an idea of inconsistency” and stressed that “it’s a float that allowed us to have this growth.”
“A rising dollar works against that matrix reconvert productive because it will have a negative effect especially in a world where we are going to compete on price and volume,” she said.