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it Was may of 2019 when the president of the Independent Authority of Fiscal Responsibility (Airef), José Luis Escrivá surprised them by pointing to a rise of 22 per cent of the Interprofessional Minimum Wage (SMI) to 900 euros per month had not had “any negative impact” on employment. All this after he himself, a few months before, cifrara in 40,000 jobs that would be destroyed or cease to create to this measure, and that the Bank of Spain to raise the negative impact of 125,000 jobs. “Possibly we had a negative”, he admitted then Escrivá. Eight months after he was appointed minister of Social Security.
well, the Airef published yesterday its report on the budget execution, public debt and expenditure rule