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Doing business in Spain 2015 : comparing business regulations for domestic firms in 17 autonomous communities, 2 autonomous cities, and 5 ports with 188 other economies : Overview (anglais)

Doing business in Spain 2015 is the first subnational report of the doing business series in Spain. It measures business regulations and their enforcement in 17 autonomous communities, 2 autonomous cities, and 5 ports. The autonomous communities, autonomous cities, and ports are compared against each other, and with 188 other economies worldwide. Doing business investigates the regulations that enhance business activity and those that constrain it. Regulations affecting 4 stages of the life of a business are measured at the subnational level in Spain: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, and trading across borders. The first 4 indicators were selected because they cover areas of local jurisdiction or practice. Trading across borders was selected because it is relevant for Spain’s international trade integration. The indicators are used to analyze economic outcomes and identify what reforms have worked, where, and why. The report also includes a new area of focus that benchmarks the ease of starting operations for an industrial small and medium-size company.

Information

  • Auteur

    Salgado Otonel,Pilar, Sanchez-Bella,Pilar

  • Date du document

    2015/01/01

  • Type de document

    Document de travail

  • Numéro du rapport

    100925

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • Pays

    Espagne,

  • Région

    Europe et Asie centrale,

  • Date de publication

    2015/11/16

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Overview

  • Mots clé

    construction permit;Electricity;entrepreneur;private water and sanitation;minimum capital requirement;Autonomous City;support for entrepreneur;professional association;Business Regulation;online platform;european common market;privileges and immunity;data collection process;barriers to trade;tax on property;law and regulation;government good;per capita income;water and sewerage;electricity distribution company;competitive private sector;implementation of reform;local port authority;property transfer tax;property value;Business Climate;low performance;electrical installation;large business;Urban Planning;industrial activity;national legislation;electrical power;regulatory burden;initial investment;power line;autonomous communities;low-risk activities;regulatory practice;electricity connection;medium-size enterprise;peer-to-peer learning;local regulation;public expenditure;urban development;commercial activity;municipal government;business creation;online tool;social security;business association;business license;public consultation;comparable data;import process;environmental license;urban zone;local taxes;average cost;regulatory environment;tax authority;local agency;administrative authorization;tax authorities;supervision system;transaction cost;regional industry;tax rebate;connection cost;weighted average;european commission;market fragmentation;property register;environmental review;business cost;tax rate;average transfer;inland transport;urban department;excessive regulation;Single Window;real time;business start-ups;regulatory criterion;construction work;environmental criterion;tourism policy;collected data;commercial license;human capital;supplier network;Informal Economy;red tape;medium-size company;freight forwarder;paradigm shift;procedural framework;International Trade;electrical connection;human beings;local jurisdiction;steel product;unemployment rate;regulatory barrier;productive activity;increase productivity;economic recovery;registered company;copyright owner;sole responsibility;original work;commercial purpose;quality of supervision;port community;regional variation;domestic trade;administrative requirement;consultation mechanism;average performance;sanitation companies;capital contribution;municipal water;container port;simple average;administrative improvement;authorization process;improving information;supervisory agency;special tax;national regulation;property registry;property registration;project approval;Municipalities;

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