Five work tables will follow-up the 37 proposals made by the corporate sector to the government, thus, an agreement that allows to promote the private investment in an economically difficult year will be advanced.
The tables will deal with topics of regulatory efficiency (procedures), foreign trade, smuggling, tax and labor issues. Three of these will begin working the next week and the last two are still under analysis. That was the result of the first official meeting of the private and public advisory council, which met on March 19 in Quito.
Roberto Aspiazu, director of the Ecuadorian Business Committee (EEC) indicated that the meeting generates expectations in the business sector.