Brufau has told shareholders that “we have to ask ourselves some questions, as if we are aware that the theater of operations of emissions reduction are neither Spain nor the EU. Europe issued 10% of the world total; if the others do not follow us, we will not achieve the objectives. Also if the industry and society will be able to reduce their emissions by one third in 13 years, as well as if we stop emitting because we stop producing or because we move production to other countries. For example, if I stop making Adidas Size Chart aluminum and import it from Turkey, it is not the solution. Finally, what impacts are going to have on the Spanish industry? » «We want to claim the development of the industry in Spain. Its weight in Europe is 17%, lower than the US. and China. We advocate an energy transition process that combines gas reduction with industrial fabric reconstruction, regardless of ideologies and interest groups. Do what you have to do, but with a sense of state ».
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He did not miss his usual “pullita” to the electric car, “whose batteries are manufactured in China generating high emissions” Finally he asked that “let us work in four fields: how we define the path of growth more efficient in costs; not despise technology, it is not true that is committed to technological neutrality; believe in free competition, since there is excessive regulation; and think more about the citizen, who are paying is little use that is made, for example, gas regasification.
The company’s CEO, Josu Jon Imaz, has said that electricity and gas customers already add up to 870,000 and that Repsol “will be part of the solution to climate change.” As for the world economy, Adidas Size Chart said that the Last year there was a certain slowdown compared to 2017, especially in the second semester. The reasons, concerns about China’s growth, Trump’s trade tensions, the appreciation of the dollar and the weakness of the euro zone, which slowed down its growth and also saw the consequences of the energy transition, especially in the automotive sector. The shareholders’ meeting approved the renewal in its positions of the president, Antonio Brufau (with 93.163% of the capital stock), and of the CEO, Josu Jon Imaz (97.835%). This will be the last mandate of Brufau, who acceded to the position in 2004. The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has decided to open a quota to transform into juice peaches, nectarines, Paraguayans, platerinas and flat peaches removed from the market and also delivered to charities with the expectation that it will contribute to the balance between supply and demand before a complicated start of this year’s campaign,