Commerce: immaterial patrimony of humanity


THE commerce sector in Rincon de la Victoria may soon receive a boost in the shape of a title bestowed by Unesco.

The council announced on Friday (September 25) that the initiative presented by the Malaga Commerce Federation (FECOMA) to have the Traditional Mediterranean Commerce concept declared by UNESCO as Immaterial Cultural Patrimony of Humanity, will be supported by the local governing team.

This way, Rincon de la Victoria will become the second town, after Malaga city, to approve the proposal, aimed boosting local commerce activities and a making the local economy more dynamic.

Head of FECOMA, Enrique Gil, thanked the Rincon de la Victoria Council for their support and requested the same from other public institutions, associations and private citizens, saying: “This is a feature which would add more cultural and touristic interest for the sector which provides more development to the town and will create the largest number of employment opportunities in the province.”


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