MADRID, 16 Nov. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The CEO of Acento and former Socialist Minister of Public Works, José Blanco, has defended that the Mediterranean Corridor is "called to play a fundamental role", not only at a business level, but also in terms of turning Spain into a "great logistics platform". connection with Europe".
During his speech at the 7th Business Event for the Mediterranean Corridor, Blanco defended this project "it is fundamental" and responds to the majority of the GDP that is focused on this area.
Furthermore, he has insisted that the important thing about this corridor is only the passengers, but the goods, since this aspect the corridor would represent a boost for the business sector and without it, "there is no competitiveness, no employment, no growth, no future", in the words of the former minister.
Likewise, Blanco has insisted that "transport cannot be a limitation for the market" and that when it comes to growing, it cannot stop at the border.
The now businessman has also pointed out that the corridor will allow trucks to be taken off the road, which will cause benefits in terms of sustainability, although he has not left aside that this is a very high-cost project.