The president of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, has analyzed today with his counterpart from South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, the possibilities of investment of companies of Spain in that country.
Sánchez met with Ramaphosa before the start of the second and final day of the G20 summit that is being held in Buenos Aires.
Possible investments in South Africa, especially in the sectors of renewable energy, infrastructure, water and sanitation, according to Spanish sources, were one of the main issues discussed at the meeting.
Ramaphosa is organizing a business forum for the coming autumn and he moved to Sanchez his desire for the participation of Spanish companies.
Sanchez invited the South African prime minister to visit Spain officially.
Both are interested in expanding a bilateral memorandum of understanding on trade and finance.