En este momento estás viendo Minister of Domestic Trade evaluates the progress of the improvement of the sector in Ciego de Ávila
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Minister of Domestic Trade evaluates the progress of the improvement of the sector in Ciego de Ávila

After exchanging with workers and managers of Ciego commerce and gastronomy units, together with Ciego government, political and sector authorities, Betsy Díaz Velázquez, Minister of Internal Commerce in Cuba, held an in-depth analysis at the headquarters of the Business Group to evaluate the progress of improvement in this province.

To date in the territory several indicators show negative results. At the end of the month of July of the current year, 39 Base Business Units out of 170 created in the province present economic losses, of which the ones with the highest incidence are those of gastronomic services. Only the municipalities of Ciro Redondo, Primero de Enero and Venezuela comply.

Another of the parameters evaluated as negative is the digitalization process of consumer records, which is at 90%, accounts payable to companies such as the Food Wholesaler, Meat and Dairy Products, which reach an amount of more than 479 million pesos.

After her tour, which included the La Avileña winery, the El Bazar Paris store, the Sevilla hotel, the El Solaris restaurant and other establishments, the head of Internal Trade in Cuba pointed out that many of the problems today in Ciego de Ávila are conceptual, of interpretation of resolutions and decrees applied to revive the sector, encourage workers with new payment systems and promote merchandise sales.

Likewise, she insisted on the need to improve the leaders, in the control of the processes and follow up on what must be resolved. In addition, the temporary training group must function systematically and efficiently.

She added that Ciego de Ávila has not obtained the approval of payment systems for workers. To date, none has benefited from this modality that favors the increase in their income by way of salary and, accordingly, more than 700 of them have emigrated to the private sector, with this exodus of the labor force being constant.

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