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The speakers stressed that money is a means and not an ultimate end for people

Atrio de los getiles 23 10 2017 07Money and ethics in business was the central issue on which the new edition of the Atrium of the Gentiles focused, an initiative for cultural dialogue promoted by the Pontifical Council for Culture of the Vatican, and organized in Spain by the Ecumenical Social Forum, with the collaboration of the Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICAI-ICADE, located in Madrid.

The event was inaugurated by the Rector of Comillas, Julio L. Martinez, SJ, who stressed that "money should not be demonized as a means, but be alert to the danger when money ends up becoming an end to people"..

The speaker of the event, UNICEF Vice-President in Spain, Juan José Almagro, introduced the speakers at the roundtable: Professor of Philosophy at the University of Valencia, Jesús Conil, the Executive Director of BBVA, José Manuel González-Páramo, and Economic Journalist for El País, Miguel Ángel Noceda.


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