Problemas en la industria: el Gobierno le pidió plata prestada a las automotrices

problemas en la industria: el gobierno le pidió plata prestada a las automotrices
© Motor1.com Argentina VW Taos – fábrica de Pacheco

Son 150 millones de dólares para evitar que no se frene la producción. Todavía no hubo acuerdo.

El cruce del Gobierno con las empresas del sector no para. El presidente Alberto Fernández prometió en la planta de Nissan en Córdoba que no faltarán dólares para importar autopartes (leer más), tres días después de que las automotrices (Adefa), las autopartistas (Afac) y los operarios (Smata) se unieran para reclamar al Gobierno por la falta de piezas para fabricar autos (ver informe). Sin olvidarse que por la escasez de neumáticos el Gobierno se la agarró con los fabricantes e importadores (leer informe).

Ahora, en un nuevo capítulo y según informa el periodista Horacio Alonso, el Banco Central le pidió a las automotrices debido a la falta de divisas que le “presten” 150 millones de dólares y de esta manera garantizar las importaciones que necesitan las autopartistas y también para la producción.

Algunas empresas pidieron que, a cambio, se garantice la liberación de permisos para importar unidades 0 kilómetro que están trabados, mientras el Banco Central quiere que automotrices posterguen los pagos de importaciones de autos por 180 días.

Con más de la mitad del año por delante, habrá que ver cómo todo esto sigue afectando al mercado. De acuerdo a los números de abril, las proyecciones indican que los patentamientos totales no llegarán a las 400.000 unidades (ver estadísticas).

La nota completa publicada en en MDZ se reproduce a continuación.

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