Mayo 2021

The question is not to imagine another world if not to develop another economy to describe this and be able to improve it. Daniel Innerarity

MIDIT's Local economic development strategic plan seeks to move up to the changes which, arising from decisions outside of the territory, affect and can have a lethal character on employment and economic activity, given its high dependence on nuclear energy, the production sector in this case. For this reason the fact of facilitating processes that favour economic diversification and resulting job creation, becomes the main challenge of the plan. The other major challenge is posed at the launch of the strategic planning process, it is the intention to integrate the private sector as an active subject involved in the process through the contribution of ideas and opinions so that the resulting is a public-private economic development strategic plan, that is, established through consensus on priorities, strategies and projects to develop throughout your implementation