There is an appalling hunger for venture capital investment. Immense. Historical. While companies in sectors hit by the pandemic try to survive with public support that is always late, private capital moves billions of dollars in search of the new corporate gold. The second quarter of 2021 was the one with the highest venture capital activity in the history of the world: 156,000 million dollars, according to the consulting firm CB Insights. With 280,000 million raised by global startups in the first two quarters of this year, it has already equaled what was achieved in 2020. This heated investor contrasts with the coldness, if not rejection, of the Spanish entrepreneurs of the Startups Law that the Government just approved.
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