Uneven playing field

Companies that operate correctly and fulfill all their obligations are the victims of an unusual form of warfare.

Banks are making the corporations in question pay higher interest rates than their competitors because they are able – so far – to handle their loan installments.

Various state services are targeting these healthy firms by imposing astronomical penalties on them. At the same time, though, companies operating in the same sectors of the economy are breaking every rule but enjoy impunity.

Anyone who believes that this is the way to boost growth must be living on another planet. This is just going to destroy whatever little is left of the country’s capacity to produce.