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Trini Cayuela said that "the PP is supporting the demands for self-employed" (30/04/2009)

The councilman of Promotion and Employment, Trini Cayuela, has announced that the Partido Popular de Totana supports the claims of self-employed and has urged the Government of Zapatero's Office to take measures to support the self-employed and SMEs "representing 80% of the production of this region. "

Cayuela has announced that the Popular Parliamentary Group will file a motion requesting the Regional Assembly measures "as fundamental" to this sector such as the lowering of corporate tax, lower income tax, providing access to credit and reduce social security contributions for self-employed.

The popular mayor has indicated that the economic crisis is affecting a very serious self-employed and small and medium enterprises that are increasingly faced with serious liquidity problems, mainly due to the lack of access to credit, high rate of arrears and delayed payments from customers who are strangling the Spanish business.

He has also said that within the initiative, claimed that the Central Executive Zapatero on the achievement of this agreement to the Regional Assembly within 3 months.

He also noted that being local and regional administrations that are pulling the cart at the time to take action to curb job losses and able to withstand the acute economic crisis, as demonstrated by the Consistory totanero with the launch of SEAPA results of which will see fruition in the coming weeks.

Finally, Trini Cayuela said that "the PP where there will always be groups that need it" and stressed "the disastrous economic policies of the Government of Spain."

Source: PP Totana. Foto: archivo Totana.com

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