The Minister of Productive Development, Matías Kulfas, stated that “the ban on layoffs is under permanent analysis and may be modified this year.”
In statements to Futurock, the official argued that “the economy is in recovery, the advance of vaccination allowed certain sectors to grow clearly and others are on the way to that.”
The minister’s sayings take place after President Alberto Fernández had lunch at Casa Rosada with a group of businessmen who promised to “continue increasing investments” and asked “to start seeing the deadlines” to “get the double compensation and the ban of layoffs “.
During the meeting, which took place for two hours in the Eva Perón room of the Government House, Fernández was accompanied by the Chief of Staff, Juan Manzur; the Minister of the Interior, Eduardo “Wado” de Pedro; and the head of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Massa.
Among the representatives of the private sector were Javier Madanes (Aluar and Fate), Alejandro Simón (Grupo Sancor Seguros), Hugo Eurnekian (Corporación América), Marcelo Mindlin (Pampa Energía), Francisco De Narváez (Grupo De Naváez), Jorge Brito ( Banco Macro), Juan Martín de la Serna (Mercado Libre) and Marcos Bulgheroni (PAE).