Saturday, September 23, 2023

Misiones sets the course for its protagonists in the NEA: through companies and employment

The past week showcased the performance of various indicators and productive sectors that position the province as a leader in the sector and even stand out nationally.

The growth of the provincial gross added value of 2021 compared to 2020 as measured by ECLAC and the nation’s Ministry of Economy was 11.8%, here the segment is not a significant increase compared to the previous year, naturally affected by the decline in activity, but the Mizzis demonstrated the highest growth in product in the NEA and Norte Grande, while nationally it was ranked as the province with the second largest growth in the country, surpassed only by Neuquén, mainly due to growth in Vaca Muerta. Exploitation of and services derived from it. At the country level, gross product increased by 10%.

In support of this growth, the Misiones construction industry consolidated its largest share in the provincial product. Important data is that the industry has shown an increase in activity of 24.7% compared to 2019 (pre-pandemic), placing it in the position with the highest volume of activity in the NEA. Commerce also lies along this line, increasing its share in provincial gross product from 12.5% ​​to 13.3%, ranking as the second most important activity, as a result of the closure of borders, the opening of businesses and their own. Added to -services, workshops, among others, which improved employment rates, and which gave rise to a widening process of consumption, in turn benefiting from the expansion of provincial programs such as “Ahora”; Which, in a context of hyperinflation, has been a necessary policy to maintain missionary consumption.
However, to be ascertained with specific data on productive activation, demand indicators are those that indicate whether there has been an increase or merely a maintenance of installed capacity. In this sense, electricity demand in 2022 is set to grow by 7.7% compared to 2019, which is higher than the NEA (7.4%) and the national level (5.9%). This indicator is central because, when viewed together with those mentioned, added to the increase in patenting, which has not yet reached 2019 numbers – barely below -, record fuel sales in 2022 and supermarket sales in the same year An increase of 7.7% compared to 2019 positions Misiones with the highest turnover in the sector.
To close this series of indicators, all of them show and justify the data on the increase in private formal employment, totaling 109 thousand salaried as decentralized measure by December 2022, an increase of 8.2% with respect to 2019. The NEA has the largest number of registered workers in the private sector and the highest population-adjusted ratio, i.e. more registered missionaries working for every 1,000 residents.

It is intended to demonstrate here that in the light of these indicators and objective data, the private sector in Mines grows, invests and has the resources and manpower willing to work. We commonly hear the unfortunate phrase “people don’t want to work” to be unleashed. The truth is that the missionary wants to work, he wants to progress, but yes, under the dignified conditions that they deserve, through the offering of dignified pay, under adequate terms that demonstrate that the boss and the payee, To generate a virtuous circle that multiplies and does not give dividends to just one side. This is being achieved, is being corrected little by little, thanks to state policy efforts that encourage consumption not only simply and simply. The real stake, and one that is not often seen or communicated effectively, is the number of investment programs and incentives with highly accessible rates to support and protect private entrepreneurs, which include the incorporation of machinery, its installed You can increase your production through expansion. Capacity; Or in other cases, facilitate the opening of commercial premises, the purchase of simple furniture and equipment for starting a new business. All of them facilitated through credit programs that do not stop those who want to invest, work and continue to grow.

To illustrate this and see the real incentive, rates range from 10 to 18% per annum for loans up to $5,000,000 through the Misiones Credit Fund and for large SMEs, Misiones was one of the few provinces to open its CreAr financing renewed and doubled. line (since the first disbursement was almost entirely provided by Misiones) with the aim of promoting more strategic investments to continue moving forward in the transformation of the productive structure.

Misiones is the eighth province with the most productive credits granted within the framework of these CreAr programs, with productive investment projects with credits of between 1 million and 150 million pesos from the national and provincial government with subsidy rates that average around 46 per year. % Is. … As we can see, the first rates range between 10-18% and these 46% in contrast to the estimated annual inflation of around 126% per annum (being prudent) and show a huge difference with these credits, Clearly demonstrate the firm intention that the protagonists of missionary development remain the business-entrepreneurial sector as well as missionary workers and students.

by Anibal Blasco – Bachelor of Marketing

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