01.04.2020. The Apehl considers the economic measures approved by the State Government yesterdayto be totally insufficient given the situation of uncertainty experienced by small and medium-sized hospitality companies, which are facing the closure of their businesses, an uncertain economic future and job instability for the self-employed and their workers.
31.03.2020. The Apehl continues to work every day to keep all its associates promptly informed about all the measures adopted by the Government and the demands made in collaboration and coordination with the CEHE and CEHAT. In this sense, the Association continues to demand necessary measures such as the suspension of payments related to intellectual property rights or the suspension of rents while the state of alarm lasts.
30.03.2020. Apehl welcomes this good news and states that "this opens up important prospects for growth, sustainable development for this territory and hope for the tourism and hospitality sector, which will benefit positively from this statement."
25.03.2020. The Apehl, in coordination with the Hostelería de España, a business organization representing the country's restaurants, bars, cafes and pubs, has transferred to the Executive the concern of the sector faced with the difficulties that hoteliers are having when applying Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, of March 17, approved by the Government to deal with the coronavirus crisis, and has called for the expansion of measures announced to to be able to safeguard the continuity of the hotel business.
25.03.2020. The Apehl presented this morning a series of measures to generate liquidity in the economy and alleviate the companies affected by the Covid-19 health crisis. Taking into account the damages that the coronavirus is causing to the self-employed and workers in the sector, they consider necessary "the suspension of taxes and the adoption of new measures at the municipal level that have as a common objective the revitalization of consumption and tourism".