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Sepec launches in Recife the 6th edition of Mobilization for Employment and Productivity

Competitiveness

Goal is to unlock the economy and end bureaucracy in the business environment

The special secretary of Productivity, Employment and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy (Sepec / ME), Carlos Da Costa, launched this Thursday (5/9), in Recife (PE), the 6th edition of Mobilization for Employment and Productivity. Called Mobiliza Brasil, the federal government program aims to unlock the country's economy and provide a business environment without bureaucracy. The mobilization is carried out by the ministry in partnership with Sebrae, state and municipal governments.

In a meeting with state mayors before the launch, Carlos Da Costa said that reducing the bureaucracy of the business environment is fundamental to the country's economic growth. "Bureaucracy, absurd demands and outdated norms have disrupted the country. We need to remove these obstacles, and give the micro and small business owner the opportunity, strength and voice," he said.

During the launch, Carlos Da Costa highlighted the successful experiences of the municipalities of Pernambuco, which even in adversity stand out in the national market. "Knowing the stories of some cities here, with their wine production, for example, I see that Pernambuco has always been a barn of liberal thinkers, who believed in the decentralized individual, creating their company, generating jobs and income," he said.

Carlos Da Costa took the opportunity to emphasize part of the reports he heard from mayors in the region. “I had the pleasure of meeting extraordinary mayors who told fantastic stories,” he said. “In the middle of the wild we have, for example, the city that produces the most eggs in the Northeast. It is the third largest producer in Brazil. There are 12 million birds that consume 100 grams of feed and 200 ml of water per day, in a region with little water with very high logistics costs. ”

"This proves that both small and large producers have extraordinary strength," the secretary continued. “And the northeastern Pernambuco has this strength to turn diversity into opportunity. In fact, adversity has always been in history the great source of challenges for humans, "he said.

Integration
“We have to be integrated by entrepreneurship, which is always ahead,” said Ingazeira's Mayor of Afogados, José Patriota, president of the Pernambuco Municipalist Association. He noted that the segment today is one of those responsible for the development of several municipalities. Such as Lagoa do Carro, an agricultural and livestock center, producing carpets and basketry, as well as gastronomy. “I hope that from the public sector connections, the private and Sebrae will be the door of the future,” said Mayor Judite Botafogo.

For the president of Sebrae, Carlos Melles, one of the objectives of Mobilization for Employment and Productivity is a way to help in the recovery of the country's economy. “The excess of rules and norms made it clear that Brazil needs to change. We overregulate the country and, therefore, the Sebrae is aligned with the government, because we are an institution that has the confidence of the population and is well evaluated, “added Melles, noting that the program will improve the environment. business, benefiting micro and small companies, especially in the reduction of bureaucracy.