Javier Lambán, President of the Government of Aragon, has valued the investment of up to 377 million euros that the company Oxaquim plans to carry out in the coming years, and in different phases, in Andorra, Teruel, a decision that would mean the creation of more than 380 new jobs.

The mention of Lambán has occurred within the framework of the visit that Teresa Ribera, Minister for Ecological Transition and Vice President of the Government of Spain, has made to this municipality in the province of Teruel to present the Just Transition Agreement, which will benefit 34 municipalities of the territory.

An act that, due to its economic and social impact, has also had the presence of Arturo Aliaga, Vice President of Aragon, local representatives, social agents, and businessmen, including Jaume Miquel, President of Oxaquim, Marc Miquel, CEO of Oxaquim and Daniel Miquel, CEO of Oxaquim.

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