The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has set the environment, digitalization, and “Madrid North” as the priorities for the Autonomous Community
Top executives representing the member companies of the United States Chamber of Commerce in Spain (AmChamSpain) met today with the President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso.
Jaime Malet introduced President Díaz Ayuso, stating that “the Community of Madrid is one of the most attractive investment areas among Spanish Autonomous Communities for American companies”.
The President of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso addressed the senior executives from the multinational companies, stating that “the priority targets of the Autonomous Community of Madrid include the environment, where 1 billion Euro will be invested, positioning Madrid as the most digitalized region in Europe, and investing 20 billion Euro in the “Madrid North” project, which will generate 360,000 jobs”.
Díaz Ayuso also indicated that “the Autonomous Community of Madrid brings together 75% of all foreign investment in Spain, which makes it the leader in business confidence for investors from other countries”.
The event featured top executives from the member companies in the Chamber, including McKinsey & Co., MSD, Morgan Stanley, Atlantic Copper, Bank of America, BCW, HPE, Citibank, Pfizer, Blackstone, IBM, Facebook, Amgen, American Express, 3M, Amazon Web Services, Bristol Myers Squibb, Nippon Gases, Ferrovial, Banco Santander, Five Guys, VISA, Iberdrola, Globalvia, Metlife, Mastercard, and Zurich.
Other topics discussed during the meeting included the priorities of the AmChamSpain members in the Autonomous Community of Madrid and the entity’s goals for improving the competitiveness and internationalization of the business community.