“More freedom, less restrictions,” is the proposal of the president of the Chamber of Commerce of Guayaquil, Pablo Arosemena, before the crisis in the Ecuadorian economy. “Retailers are convinced that Ecuador can overcome the crisis by changing the model of restrictions by one of freedom,” he said.
Arosemena said it is no longer a mystery to say that we are in economic recession but what has caused that we are as we are? Here are two possibilities: one: to say that is a matter of luck, that oil prices fell or the dollar has appreciated or two: we get serious and say what we are doing indoors. “We believe that the problem is indoors. The problem is the model based on restrictions, based on oil and that is what needs to be changed.”
The employer contends that what is important is that the accounts open up, the adjustments that have to be done are done, because in the end the State Budget is like a backpack loaded by the Socialists of the XXI century, but the one who has to bear it citizenship, the heavier is the backpack, the heavier is the weight that falls on the backs of workers and employers.