The US consul says American companies remain interested in investing in Catalonia
The US consul, Marco Mandojana, said in an interview at Mon a Rac1 that new companies of American origin are still interested in investing in Catalonia.
Mandojana, who took office as US consul general in Barcelona on August 15, 2015, totaled about 700 the number of American companies that are already established in Catalonia and think you are doing “very well”. “We continue to enter and news of new investments, such as Amazon. “There is good integration in Catalonia and are open to foreign investment.”
Regarding the incidence of sovereignty process, he believes it is “an internal matter for Spain”, while acknowledging that “care what happens, we inform Washington but not we for or the one nor the other.” In this regard, he clarified that no daily contact with the ambassador in Madrid “but our reports go straight to Washington.”
“I met the president of the Generalitat when he was mayor of Girona, now ask for a meeting with him and his new team,” says Mandojana. The consul recently met with Carme Forcadell a “cordial” meeting in which they talked about “the priorities of the Parliament”. According Mandojana, Forcadell said “transparency, which seems very good.”
Mandojana has also addressed safety issues, with the attacks in Paris in memory. “It is possible that in Barcelona or any other big city in Europe or the United States pass something similar, so we are always on high alert,” he said during the interview. “After the March 11 Spain has greatly increased its capacity in this area and is an important ally.”
Courtesy Car Service Barcelona