In New Delhi, India on September 10, 2023, the Spanish Minister for Economy, Nadia Calvino, attended a press conference during the G20 Summit. This photo taken by REUTERS/Adnan Abidi shows Calvino discussing economic matters at the international gathering. Meanwhile in Madrid on November 20, it was reported that Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had reappointed Calvino as economy minister in his new leftist coalition government. A source within the administration shared this news with Reuters. Sanchez, who had won a new term in a parliamentary vote the previous week, was expected to officially announce the new cabinet lineup later that day. It was also reported that he was likely to keep his senior ministers in their current roles.
The reappointment of Nadia Calvino as the economy minister highlights the continuity of economic policies and strategies within the Spanish government. This move is anticipated to provide stability and continuity in Spain’s economic initiatives and decision-making processes. It also signals a continued focus on economic development and growth for the country. The government’s commitment to maintaining its economic policies and strategies is expected to benefit Spain’s economy in the long run.