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A positive tax reform. Salvador Ruiz Gallud

Expansión

Saturday 21st of June 2014

Salvador Ruiz Gallud, Managing Director of Equipo Económico, analyzes the major developments including the draft tax reform bill, and he positively assesses the repercussion on the Spanish economy.

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Reform to create jobs. Manuel de Vicente-Tutor

La Razón

Sunday 8th of June 2014

Manuel de Vicente-Tutor, Managing Partner of Equipo Económico, stressed that for tax reform to be heading in the right direction, it should contain measures to ensure greater efficiency of our economy, with a broadening of the tax base and reducing ambitious tax rates.

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Polls and ECB. Jose Maria Romero

ABC

Monday 2nd of June 2014

José María Romero, Economist at the strategic consulting firm Equipo Económico, assesses the latest European election results, the current economic panorama and the ECB’s monetary policy. He advocates adopting further actions and continuing along the path of reform.

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Smart tax management and litigation. Salvador Ruiz Gallud

La Vanguardia. Dinero

Sunday 1st of June 2014

Salvador Ruiz Gallud emphasizes that adjusting the tax system is as important as applying tax rules effectively, with a reasonable level of legal certainty and avoiding disagreement with taxpayers. This means that citizens should be given the greatest incentive to pay their taxes voluntarily.

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With the wind behind us. Ricardo Martínez Rico

Actualidad Económica - El Espectador Incorrecto

Saturday 31st of May 2014

Ricardo Martínez Rico, CEO of Equipo Económico, points out that we are witnessing a radical change in the Spanish economy―the return to growth. However, although the situation has changed considerably, we must continue to implement more reforms than countries around us if we want to achieve sustained growth and create jobs.

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