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27 May 2013

One-stop-shop and business package (Spain)

On 24 May, the Spanish vice president of the government (vice-PM) announced a comprehensive package of measures to help boost business activity, including company law reforms, funding, tax breaks, export facilities and cutting red tape.
To make it easier de start a business, the vice president announced the centralisation of all the paperwork to reduce the time it takes to start a business to 24-48 hours. A project called Launch your business in 3 steps purports to tap the synergy between administrations, new technologies and new rules concerning affidavits in lieu of permits. A one-stop-shop will enable entrepreneurs to make the three basic declarations simultaneously on a single web platform developed together by central administration, the autonomous communities and local government, represented by the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces.

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