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III Framework Agreement for Industrial Competitiveness and Innovation 2014-2020 of Castile-Leon

Policy Document
III Acuerdo Marco para la Competitividad e Innovación Industrial de Castilla y León 2014-2020

The Council for Social Dialogue launched the III Framework Agreement for the period 2014-2020. It stems from analysis from the previous agreement, the contributions made by the representatives of the main economic and social actors in the Community, and the contributions made ​​by more than 50 experts have debated the matters addressed in this agreement.
Thus it has been possible to configure a single industrial strategy for Castile-Leon that will include, under one umbrella, different sectorial strategies to be developed by Castile-Leon Government.
The overall objective of the Framework Agreement is reindustrializing Castile-Leon. So, the following focuses of action have been defined:

  • Dimension of Industrial Infrastructure
  • Financing
  • Innovation
  • Internationalization
  • Industrial Environment
  • Use of local resources
  • Rural ADE (new public service designed to promote economic activity and the creation of new businesses in rural areas).

The aim until 2020 is to consolidate and increase the autonomic industry, since this sector supports the growth, the employment and the competitiveness of the most advanced economies, endows of stability and has a tractive effect on the rest of the sectors, especially in the one of services.
It is indispensable the replacement and the modernization of a productive fabric that has to facilitate the generation of innovative companies in emergent sectors and based on the knowledge, as well as increasing the size of the companies of the Community consolidating the existing industrial fabric.

On the other hand, the III Framework Agreement marks the aim to attract and fix projects investors reinforcing the image of the Community and recover industrial capacities lost during the crisis, through the definition of plans of industrialization.

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