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Tax returns and government reluctance.


Wednesday 8th of April 2020

The government is not providing taxpayers with a possible delay or moratorium in the deadlines for tax return and self-assessments, as other European countries (Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Norway) have already done. In this scenario, a taxpayer who does not have liquidity to assume the corresponding tax burden could only request its postponement if the requirements are met.

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Suppliers are asking the Public Administration for 68,000 million still pending to be paid.

El País

Tuesday 31st of March 2020

In the context of the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the newspaper El País analyzes the need for the administration to streamline the payment of pending debt to its suppliers, as a way to tackle the lack of business liquidity, including the opinion of Ricardo Martínez Rico, CEO of Equipo Económico.

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Seven hubs for business strategy in 2020 and 2021.


Thursday 9th of January 2020

The general insight about the state of the Spanish economy has become more pessimistic in recent months. This becomes evident by the lower level of family confidence which, measured through the Consumer Confidence Indicator, has shown the lowest levels in the last five-year period, as well as the interest in Google searches of terms associated with unfavorable economic contexts, such as "crisis" or "dismissal".

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Colombia, attractive for Spanish investment.

El Espectador

Sunday 29th of September 2019

Infrastructure, renewable energy, health and gastronomy are sectors that offer good business opportunities

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Risks of the autonomous debt

El Confidencial

Monday 20th of May 2019

The Spanish economy continues to grow significantly, above our European partners’ average. In addition, progress has been made during the last decade in correcting important imbalances: there is now a more balanced growth between domestic and external demand, a current account surplus and a greater elasticity between GDP increases and the creation of employment, which continues to enlarge the number of employed.

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