The plan for the economy of the province of Las Tunas in 2024 is a challenge for parts of society, but above all for trade, which is fundamental to the aspirations of the territory.
The 4,412 million pesos earmarked for the next stage represents an increase of 14.3 percent over the estimate and 5.2 percent more than year-to-date.
Discussing this matter, the Provincial Council of People’s Power emphasized the responsibility of the commercial sector, which has the decisive weight in net sales, an indicator affecting the diet of citizens, before which it is necessary to change the mentality and implement an innovative system of work on the Practice finding the goal.
Of the 3,551 million pesos in the sales plan for all units of the local People’s Power Corporation, 89.6 percent will go to the commerce and catering sector, with more than 3,180 million.
In this sense, Las Tunas Governor Jaime Ernesto Chiang Vega analyzed everything that needs to be done to achieve the proposed goals, assuring that the commercial sector must completely change its approach to its management depending on what to do is reachable next year.
“The system of work requires preparation and it is necessary to put all the energy and commitment to get different indicators because if we keep the same system as this year, it will be a failure and we will not achieve anything. And most importantly, we.” “We need to increase sales,” he said.
“Trade efficiency indicators are weighed down by a notable set of imperfections, and the first and most immediate impact on the population is that all these inefficiencies that the sector exhibits are passed on to price,” the governor said.
Profits of 136 million pesos are expected in 2024, supported by the actual cost of raw materials and goods for sale, in addition to measures developed to reduce loss-making businesses, according to the provincial council of people’s power.