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19 May 2014 @ 10:38

From April the 3rd of 2014, the Spanish Parliament has passed the new Law of Commerce Chambers. After the abolition of the compulsory tax due to the Chambers by all companies, either they were personal entrepreneurs or societies, arose the doubt about what would be the new obligations for companies to finance the Chambers of Commerce.

The new law foresees that the affiliation to the Chambers is compulsory but no economic duty can arise from it. The financing of the Official Chambers of Commerce will come from the services that these Chamber might lend to their companies, gifts and donations from companies and revenues from their own heritage.

Antonio Robles Jara

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