The fund for strategic companies of the Government celebrates one year with fifty bailouts in quarantine




One year after the launch of the Solvency Fund for Strategic Companies, one of the government’s star mechanisms for the reconstruction of the post-pandemic Spanish economy, the Executive has only rescued five companies and distributed 1,080 million of the 10,000 that this instrument has. That is, just over 10% of the usable capital, while around fifty firms have been in line for months, after the crisis unleashed in the SEPI by the rescue of the airline linked to Chavista businessmen, Plus Ultra.

This was the germ of a hiatus that lasted 126 days until last Tuesday the Council of Ministers gave the green light to the rescue with 112.8


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