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THE FORMULA FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE SECTORS MOST AFFECTED BY COVID-19
El PAIS June 18th, 2020
Transport, tourism, hospitality and automotive. Four of the most affected sectors and the keys to reactivate them
"AND NOW, HOW DO WE GET OUT OF THIS?"
El Economista. April 22nd, 2020
Opinion article on how joining forces seems to be the clearest solution to overcome a difficult economic scenario affected by the COVID-19 crisis
THE IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS ON MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT SECTOR
El Economista. April 6th, 2020
Article on the impact that the transport sector has experienced since the declaration of the state of alarm caused by COVID-19, after limiting the mobility of people in order to curb the contagion and spread of the virus.
Answers to a scenario marked by uncertainty
Suplement ABC-Empresa. 30th March, 2020
As a consequence of the actual crisis caused by COVID-19, we are living in moments of uncertainty that affect all sectors including the infrastructure, transport and mobility markets. This article from ABC supplement, reflects the opinion of Mr Julio Gómez-Pomar along with two other experts on the effects and consequences of the coronavirus within these sectors.
TEMPORARY UNIONS OF COMPANIES AND THE DEFENCE OF COMPETITION
EL Economista February 19th, 2020
In private goods and services markets, opportunities for collaboration among companies may arise. The results can turn into greater innovation, greater social and economic impact or a general improvement in the quality of the service. However, despite these positive aspects, factors that limit competition may also appear.
RENFE CONTINUES TO BE PROFITABLE AND IT IS WILLING TO EXPAND INTERNATIONALLY
DIRIGENTES DIGITAL.COM February 4th, 2020.
Renfe is prepared to face environmental challenges and entry into the free market. The operator has opted for commuter and regional routes as well as its exit to the international market starting by France.
"WE WANT TO CONVERT PARAGUAY IN THE terrestrial version of PANAMA CHANNEL "
Expansión. February 3rd, 2020.
Article about last Ibero-America Empresarial session which outlighted Paraguay as a country with opportunities for infrastructure investment. The South American country has economic and political stability but presents an obvious delay in terms of infrastructure that the Government wants to overcome.
"Natural gas reduces up to 30% of CO2 emissions in transport"
Europa Press. November 25th, 2019.
Article on the conference "G-Mobility; Solutions with gas, biomethane and hydrogen for sustainable mobility" held by IE CTEIM, Enagás y Gasnam. Alternative sources from petrol and challenges that the industry must overcome towards a decarbonised economy. Read more
You may be also interested: watch Europa Press video about the session
Conference on the impact of the liberalization of passenger transport in the railway industry
Vía Libre, La revista del Ferrocarril. October, 14th 2019.
The opportunities of a more demanding market for more innovative and advanced products and services. The Spanish Railway Association, Mafex and IE brought together representatives of the national and international railway industry to analyze the challenges and opportunities presented by the next opening of the passenger transport market.
Expansión. October 7th, 2019.
The last Iberoamérica Empresarial meeting organized by Expansión took place on the IE campus. The reason for this meeting was to analyze and discuss the infrastructure sector in Brazil and the business opportunities it represents for the country's economy
The liberalization of railway passenger transport; the last step of a long journey
Muy Negocios & Economía. September 2nd, 2019.
The opening of the national passenger rail transport market culminates a process driven many years ago by the European Union to open up the sector to competition. This process of opening the internal passenger market will be implemented in two phases: First long distance services, then the regional and suburban train services.
ADMINISTRATION COMPANIES AND CUSTOMERS DESIGN THE MOBILITY OF THE FUTURE
Expansión. July 17th, 2019
The arrival of electric, shared and sustainable alternatives are demanding the adaptation of all agents in the sector. During the day of Digital Innovation in transport and new urban mobility, the administration, companies and customers discussed safe, sustainable and connected mobility strategies. "The importance of urban mobility is due to the social concern to go towards sustainable models, digitalization and the intense regulation of the sector" Gómez-Pomar.
CLIMATE, SUSTAINABILITY AND URBAN MOBILITY
Expansión. July 5th, 2019
Fighting against global warming and favoring the decarbonization of the economy are the challenges that countries have to face in the upcoming years. According to the Index of Behavior in the face of Climate Change, Spain ranks 35th out of 57.
INTELLIGENT MOBILITY AND PUBLIC GOVERNANCE
El PAIS. June 9th, 2019
The line between public and private transport will be blurred and consequently, icities (intelligent cities) will be manage differently. Transport as a Service (TaaS) will be either four to ten times cheaper than buying a new car, or two to four times cheaper than maintaining a car in 2021.
Challenges of the new concept of mobility
INSIGHT. January 20th, 2019
Infraestructure investment has always had a multiplier effect on employment and an impact on the economic growth of any nation or region. Now, the technological revolution poses a series of challenges for governments and businesses in terms of sustainability and transport.