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Equipo Economico collaborates in the 11th edition of the Spain Investors Day, which has gathered more than 200 international investors this year

Ee Briefing Note

Thursday 14th of January 2021

Ricardo Martínez Rico, CEO of Equipo Económico has participated today at a round-table conference dedicated to analyzing the future scenario the Spanish economy will have to face.

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SPAIN-LATAM: a privileged channel for recovery

El País

Friday 18th of December 2020

It is necessary to strengthen the institutions and promote investment and trade flows between the two territories.

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Tax guarantees at risk: do not shoot the piano man

Expansión

Wednesday 16th of December 2020

In western films, it is common for the innocent pianist in the saloon to be harmed by the crossfire between the leading character and the gunman at the time. It also sometimes happens in some essential proceedings of the Tax Administration, that honest citizens, as the vast majority are, are treated unfairly.

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Jesus Quintas Bermudez takes part in the debate "Madrid, competitive taxation", organized by the ABC Forum

Ee briefing note

Friday 11th of December 2020

The amendment to the General State Budgets of 2021 to impose a minimum rate on the Wealth Tax on all the autonomous communities has reactivated the debate on the taxation of Madrid, the only region that provides a 100% discount on this tax.

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Ricardo Martínez Rico presents deeper structural transformations and the sustainability of public accounts as the way out of the crisis

Ee Briefing Note

Monday 30th of November 2020

During his speech at the online session organized by FIDE, focused on analyzing the General State Budgets for 2021, he pointed out that the magnitude of the contraction of the Spanish economy has no precedent in recent history. It will not be until 2023 that the economy will be able to recover the production level prior to the crisis.

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