The PSOE proposes financial support of 800 million euros in the PERTE Chip


The PSOE has proposed to introduce in the Budgets a financial support of 800 million from euros to State Society of Microelectronics and Semiconductors under the PERTE Chip. According to a partial amendment to the PGE of 2023, collected by Europa Press, the Secretary of State for Telecommunications in Digital Infrastructures will financially support this newly created state company through this loan, with a maximum endowment of 800 million euros at a zero interest rate and without guarantees.

The State Society of Microelectronics and Semiconductors is a business group belonging to the Industrial Participation Company (SEPI). The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation will regulate by resolution the conditions, criteria and control procedures that it must establish for the granting of the corresponding participating loans.

‘Digital Spain 2026’

The training indicates that through these resources the development of design and production capabilities of the microelectronics and semiconductor industry in Spain, during the year 2023, as part of the ‘Spain Digital 2026’ strategy. The governance of perte chip falls to an interministerial working group, whose role in promoting and coordinating actions falls to the Special Commissioner for the Microelectronics and Semiconductors Project, which is implemented through the previously mentioned state company.

The Socialist Group defines the PERTE Chip as a strategic initiative that seeks to develop design and production capabilities of the microelectronics and semiconductor industry in Spain in such a way as to generate “a significant multiplier effect not only in the technological sectors, but in the whole of the Spanish economy”. In another of its amendments, the PSOE proposes strengthen control systems to avoid conflicts of interest in the execution of the Resilience Plan and the distribution of European funds, following the recommendations of the European Parliament.

Declarations of absence of conflict of interest

So, add a new provision to apply the “systematic and automated analysis of the risk of conflict of interest” to all public employees and other personnel at the service of decision-making, executing and instrumental entities that participate, individually or through their membership of collegiate bodies, in the procedures described for awarding contracts or granting subsidies. And all those involved must sign declarations of absence of conflict of interest (DACI) in the contracting or grant award procedures, details the proposal.


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