The CEOE Cepyme Salamanca confederation recalled yesterday the "great economic impact" of the teaching of Spanish in the city after the approval in the Council of Ministers of the granting of four million euros, within the Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation of the New economy of the Language, for the creation of a Global Observatory of Spanish in La Rioja.
"Spanish is a first-class economic resource and Salamanca has been a successful model of public-private collaboration for years, with initiatives promoted by the two universities, the Salamanca City Council and the educational centers," García reiterated in statements collected by Ical. A model that, according to the president of the Salamancan subsidiary of CEOE, "must continue to receive and unite the support of the administrations due to its great impact on the economy of Salamanca."
In this sense, the confederation considers that the Government of Spain must act with a "strategic and global" vision, and in this way "bet on consolidated projects that provide added value", especially in a context of economic crisis. García also stressed that "in such complex times, efforts should not be diversified, but rather betting on benchmark projects, such as the model for teaching Spanish in Salamanca, which in addition to being the pioneer, the cradle of Spanish courses, It is now a leader in the global language teaching industry.”