NEWS AND EVENTS

02-10-2017 #RIES2017: Presentation of the first results of the project Código Máis

Clúster da Saúde de Galicia (CSG) held, in collaboration with ECHAlliance (Alliance for Connected Health of Eurpoean), the conference # RIES2017 & #CodigoMais in the Hospital Complex of Ourense (CHUO).

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21-09-2017 “Por unha Alianza no Sector Industrial Galego” (For an alliance in the Galician industrial sector): concludes the round of meetings with great success of participation

The Consello Económico e Social de Galicia (CES) celebrated yesterday the last of the three meetings framed into the initiative " Por unha Alianza no Sector Industrial Galego". Presented by the CES President, Corina Porro, and moderated by Xose H. Vázquez, Professor at University of Vigo, had the participation of about 100 stakeholders in the industry

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18-09-2017 First discussion session of the initiative "Por unha alianza no sector industrial galego" (For an alliance in the galician industrial sector)

The Consello Económico e Social de Galicia (CES) has celebrated today the first of the three discussion sessions framed into the iniciative "Por unha alianza no sector industrial galego". The presentation was made by the CES President, Corina Porro, and it was also attended by Teresa Pedrosa, State Delegate at the Zona Franca Consortium

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16-09-2017 About 100 stakeholders of industry are studying measures to renew the sector
14-09-2017 Alberto Gago gives a lecture about green taxation at Treasury Commission of "Juntas Generales de Guipúzcoa"
11-07-2017 Kick-off MarRisk Project

On July 11, the REDE group participated in the kick-off of the MarRisk project, which took place at the Centro de Estudos Avanzados (CEA) in Santiago de Compostela. MarRisk, a project within the framework of the Galicia-Northern Portugal Cross-Border Cooperation (POCTEP-INTERREG), aims to ensure smart and sustainable growth in the coastal areas

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08-06-2017 Xosé Henrique Vázquez: "PSA's challenge is to keep the two lines, not to return to 10.000 jobs"