The multinational Abengoa is maintaining contacts with the Generalitat to move its headquarters, which is currently located in Seville, to the Valencian Community.
As sources from the Valencian Government have indicated to Europa Press, the multinational contacted the presidency of the Generalitat and is currently holding conversations along these lines. From the regional Executive they consider that this possibility is a consequence of the “stability” and management of the Valencian Government.
In fact, President Ximo Puig has advanced these negotiations in Les Corts this Thursday. In his response to the PP trustee, Isabel Bonig, Puig said that they are “trying to bring investments” that are now based in other areas and that they are “negotiating with a multinational to change the headquarters to the Valencian Community.”
Abengoa is a multinational that is currently headquartered in Seville and specializes in infrastructure, energy and water. The firm has waited since the summer, when it agreed with the bank on its latest restructuring, a support from the Junta de Andalucía in the form of 20 million euros to complete its umpteenth salvage operation.