Within a framework of opening economies, the scope of regulatory needs is widened. This is the case for the sectors to be considered, as well as for the increasingly broad geographical areas.
However, the European area, of which we are a part, demands priority attention. It is also relevant to all areas, the largest economic area in the world and, to a greater extent, the most important area for trade and other relations, in particular the area where foreign direct investment is most directed.
Faced with the challenges that arise, many of them new or with new contours, this group of CEJEA seeks to see what answers can and should be given to current problems: conflict resolution on foreign investments, responses to be given in the fiscal or budgetary adjustments, as well as in the regulation of the exercise of professional activities.
In this line, two fields of analysis are included: