The CAC asked the government to “gradually” open up commercial activity so that the economy “begins to roll
slowly “in the middle of the quarantine
The Argentine Chamber of Commerce and Services (CAC) asked the government to “gradually” open up commercial activity so that the economy “begins to roll
slowly “through selective social isolation.
President Alberto Fernández received the sector’s complaint during a meeting he held with the CAC authorities, chaired by Jorge Luis Di Fiori, who was accompanied by vice-presidents Eduardo Eurnekian and Alberto Grimoldi and the treasurer, Víctor Dosoretz.
The businessmen of the commercial sector, demanded the establishment of special schedules to avoid the generation of “rush hours” in the means of transportation.
In the first stage of the gradual opening of the quarantine, the commerce sector proposes “6-hour days and then gradually extend them”, always respecting the isolation of personnel over 60 years of age and the cases included in the risk groups, according to reports. the entity through a statement.
Fernández received the CAC with the presence of the Chief of Staff, Santiago Cafiero, the Secretary General of the Presidency, Julio Vitobello, and Presidential Advisor Juan Manuel Olmos.
Find out the latest on digital economy, startups, fintech, corporate innovation and blockchain. CLICK HERE