November' 2017 | Archive | Blog
Spain’s construction sector is making a strong comeback after the economic struggles that followed after the 2008 crash. Now, the construction of residential and commercial buildings s through to maintain a constant growth of 3.4 percent through 2020, according to recent data. Our lawyers in Spain can give you complete information on the regulation of constructing activities and the requirements for companies operating in this field.
The Spanish economy is increasing and recent data on the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) show that the real increase for 2017 is above the 3% forecast. The National Institute of Statistic (INE) estimated that the Spanish GDP for 2017 will be situated at 3.1%, despite the recent events that occurred in the Catalan region. Our team of Spanish lawyers can offer in-depth assistance on the main business activities carried out in this country and can advise businessmen on the legislation regulating these sectors.
Malaga is one of the top touristic destinations in the region of Andalucia, Spain. On a yearly basis, foreign tourists (more specifically, tourists from the countries which are not member states of the European Union) spend EUR 160 million during their visits in the region of Andalucia and 80% of this sum derives from shopping activities in Malaga. Our team of Spanish lawyers can advise investors in how to establish a company which provides touristic services, such as a tour operator or a similar type of business in this region.