In the midst of growing skepticism about Spain’s economic performance, which has overshadowed this year’s growth projections by domestic analysts and international organizations and which has earned him some warning from the Bank of Spain or the European Commission, the President of the Government , Pedro Sánchez, took advantage of the half-hour window he had at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday to shine the Spanish reform plan and emphasize the government’s optimism.

«The economy has grown by 6.4% in the last twelve months and our forecast is that it will grow by 4.3% for the year as a whole, at the head of the developed countries. Employment is growing and the fiscal deficit is shrinking.

We are containing the data of the war better than other economies.