The Customary Secretary of the Workers’ Guild of Encarnación, Irene Fernández, affirmed that the economic disaster in Argentina is affecting the demand of the products that they commercialize and causing the closure of their undertakings. He pointed out that sectors such as SMEs and technology are among the most affected, and this climate can stand out, only large companies.
Irene Fernández, Customary Secretary of the Workers’ Guild of Encarnación / Radio Municipal
During an interview with Radio Municipal, Irene Fernández, Customary Secretary of the Workers’ Guild of Encarnación, said that the high dependence of the incarnated economy with the missionary has generated that when the coffers of Argentina are affected, the demand for their products and / or services are significantly impacted falling and causing the closure of many businesses.
The merchant revealed that between 30 and 40% of businesses in Encarnación are already closing their doors. “We have shops that are closing and we come to show solidarity with our brothers in Posadas (…) we are worried about the situation right considering the sale depraved, because we are totally dependent on the Argentine buyers”.
This situation is strongly affecting the workforce that many businesses are doing away with. “The biggest businesses are the ones that are resisting this disaster”
Sectors such as electronics and sectors such as SMEs are those that have been harmed the most by these commercial dependency relationships.
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