Monday, 24 de July, 2017
Friday, 21 de July, 2017
Thursday, 20 de July, 2017
Wednesday, 19 de July, 2017
Spain is overcoming the largest economic crisis of recent times and there are now plenty of people advocating that it is time for a pay rise. The latest of these is the Minister of Employment, Fátima Báñez, who in recent statements has said that now is the time for salaries to be raised in our country. For its part, the Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations, (CEOE) has already announced its proposal for salary reviews of between 1% and 2.5%
EAE Business School (www.eae.es) has presented its report entitled Sectors in expansion: the pet market in Europe and Spain, which reveals that the revenue generated by animal healthcare and nutrition products in Spain was 1.35 billion euros in 2016. Of this total, dog and cat food accounts for 70% of the market, followed by veterinary expenses. In Spain, there are a total of 16 million pets, meaning that one out of every two houses has a pet.
Monday, 17 de July, 2017
Over the last few years, Spain has experienced a significant rise in rental prices, especially in cities such as Madrid and Barcelona, but also in regions such as Ibiza. According to statistics reported by idealista.com, in the second quarter of 2017, rental prices for residential properties in the Balearic Islands rose by 34.02% compared to the same quarter the previous year. Over the same period, in the city of Madrid, rents rose by 11.4%, compared to 10.6% in Barcelona.
Thursday, 13 de July, 2017
From 1st July this year, new regulations on immediate notification submission have come into force with respect to VAT. This requirement applies to all VAT taxpayers under obligation to declare the tax on a monthly basis, which applies to around 63,000 companies.