Armengol said that now was the time to invest in the islands because of the good economic conditions and low interest rates.
Trade and industry minister Negueruela noted that there was co-operation in creating a legal framework for developing policies that encourage the business sector.
The Balearics are retaining the appeal acquired in previous years because of the economy’s tourism base.
These incentives would correspond to the establishment of a business investment zone in the Balearics similar to that which exists in the Canaries.
Addressing her remarks towards Balearic candidates standing for Congress and Senate, Planas stressed that businesses “can grow without taxes being raised on families or business”.
During the summer the number of tourist businesses was at its highest level since 2009: almost 12,000 compared with the 10,500 six years ago.
The Balearics is maintaining its national leadership for boat registration, 679 vessels having been registered over the first ten months of the year.
IBClusters is a strategic, non-profit organisation which brings together innovation clusters on the islands, the Majorca Chamber of Commerce and the University of the Balearic Islands.
Cruise passengers spend an average of 112 euros per day in port.
Spain received a total of 4.31 million business tourists last year or 6.6% of the total, representing a 6% increase over 2013.
“If large Balearic hotel chains can be distributed worldwide and be in countries, 80% of which have some form of tax, why do they object in their homeland?”
Roses says that the chamber needs new lines of activity going forward, but for these it requires support.