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Ecuadorian president receives economic management proposals

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The forum is composed of 20 people including scholars and former state officials.
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The chief of state met with four members of the forum, who explained their points of view on how to counteract the economic crisis.

Quito, Jan 18 (Andes).- Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno received Wednesday several proposals from the Public Finance and Economy Forum for the country’s economic management, informed the Presidency.

The chief of state met with four members of the forum, who explained their points of view on how to counteract the economic crisis.

“Talks have undoubtedly led us to find alternatives to counteract the economic crisis. As I announced it a few days ago, we met with members of the Public Finance and Economy Forum to learn about their point of view on this matter. Thank you for your support!” wrote Moreno on his Twitter account.

He added that the main players in the meeting are them, who will “talk about their point of view on employment, production, public spending, foreign debt, etc., but especially to find solutions to the long-awaited economic recovery of our country.”

The forum is composed of 20 people including scholars and former state officials; however, the president only met with four of them: Abelardo Pachano, Walter Spurrier, Eduardo Valencia and Pablo Lucio – Paredes.

On behalf of the group, former president of the Monetary Council and banker Abelardo Pachano acknowledged “the government’s aim at dialogue after ten years of huge gaps and differences between us.”

He said that they are meeting with the civic duty of presenting their opinions to the State with the aim of cooperating “in order for Ecuador’s future to be much clearer and for all Ecuadorians to enjoy a stable well-being.”

After the meeting, Central Bank’s manager Veronical Artola and minister of Economy Carlos de la Torre mentioned topics discussed during the meeting that took place in Guayaquil.

“We focused on matches. There will always be differences but what’s important is to understand everyone’s point of view (…) we are part of a government that relies on dialogue and therefore, we expect to have the proposals of other economic players,” mentioned De La Torre.

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