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Do consumers consider the crisis period ended?

ABC

Wednesday 19th of July 2017

ABC newspaper reflects today in one of its articles some of the conclusions reached by Equipo Económico in a report regarding the Consumer spending in Spain, where it is highlighted that there are several economic factors that will continue to reinforce the positive Consumer spending data in the next months.

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"Spain and its Ebitda magnitude"

El Independiente

Wednesday 12th of July 2017

The growth of the Spanish economy is surpassing the more optimistic forecasts since the beginning of the year. It is an intense economic growth, we estimate it will reach 3,3% of GDP during the whole 2017. In addition, our economy is moving towards a further sustainable growth. However, facing potential risks, it is necessary to continue and deepen into economic reforms, always within the necessary institutional stability.

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"Taxes: Red card for Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo"

EE IN THE NEWS

Thursday 22nd of June 2017

One of the main French newspapers analyzes the fiscal system of sports in Spain, which includes the opinion of Salvador Ruiz Gallud, Managing Partner of Equipo Economico.

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Article published in The Economist on the inheritance and gift tax by Jesús Quintas

EE IN THE NEWS

Tuesday 13th of June 2017

The Inheritance and Gift Tax continues to generate a very polarized debate between those who defend its elimination and many others who support its harmonization. The author offers a broader view and proposes alternative solutions.

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"A two speed recovery"

El Mundo

Thursday 11th of May 2017

The International Monetary Fund points out that the Spanish economy maintains an outstanding recovery. As well as it, European Commission recognizes Spain as the leader in economic growth among the main nations of the EU. Nevertheless, this strong increase of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is not reflected homogeneously throughout all the Spanish regions, persisting wide differences between the them in terms of GDP per capita.

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