In the UK, as I know, you can setup a limited company in the same day using an agency, or spend 15 quid registering it online with Companies House (that takes 48 hours). This fellow in Oviedo took 28 days and €845 to setup his limited company, and felt he’d got off lucky. Worth a read if you read Spanish. Poor old Pablo Panda – he’s a good example of why it’s more difficult to Continue reading How long does it take to setup a limited company in Spain?→
Here’s a couple clips of the regional TV investigation into Turre water carried out last week: Thanks, Martin Morales
Only three Spanish political parties have passed the stringent tests set by international anti-corruption organisation Transparency International. And PP and the PSOE aren’t in the list : the PP scored just 4 out of 10, and the PSOE a dismal 3. Last thing any of them want is for any nosey citizen to start adding up their sums…. UPyD sails into the lead with a score of 9 out of 10. IU and ERC just Continue reading Only three Spanish political parties pass Transparency International test→
Rosmari had a plan to give all of her workers in Mojacar townhall a “bonus” of €1,000 this year, but this has now been scuppered after it was ruled to be illegal. The general consensus is that this was a cheap electioneering trick by Rosmari to buy votes ahead of the 2015 elections. OK, not that cheap – it would have cost the townhall €139,000, hardly a trifling sum for a townhall which already has Continue reading Mojacar’s plan to give all townhall workers €1000 scuppered→
This winter in Almeria has been the driest for the last 80 years says the Spanish met office AEMAT. It technically “hasn’t rained” since last October in the Levante, meaning the dams are way down on where they should be for the year.