- 1Spain: An attractive country for investment
- 2Setting up a business in Spain
- 3 Tax System
- 4 Investment aid and incentives in Spain
- 5 Labor and social security regulations
- 6 Intellectual property law
- 7Legal framework and tax implications of e-commerce in Spain
- AI Annex I Company and Commercial Law
- AIIAnnex II The Spanish financial system
- AIIIAnnex IIIAccounting and audit issues
- State incentives for training and employment
- State incentives for specific industries
- Incentives for investments in certain regions
- Aid for innovative SMEs
- Preferred financing of the Official Credit Institute (Instituto de Crédito Oficial or ICO)
- Internationalization incentives
- EU aid and incentives
Investment aid and incentives in Spain
With the aim of promoting investment, employment, competitiveness and economic growth, the Spanish State and all other public authorities have been developing a broad range of aid instruments and incentives specially targeted at boosting indefinite term employment, regional investment and research, development and technological innovation (R&D and TI).
Furthermore, since Spain is an EU Member State, potential investors are also able to access European aid programs, which provide further incentives for investing in Spain. In this regard, it is also worth noting the particular importance that the “Next Generation EU” Program will have in the coming years as a special funding mechanism aimed at helping the Member States recover from the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, of which Spain will be one of the main recipients.
Against this backdrop and as part of Spain’s Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan finally approved by the EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN), major public reforms and investments will be undertaken in Spain to accomplish the so-called green and digital transition, strengthen social and territorial cohesion, promote gender equality, and boost private investment with the aim of contributing to the transformation of the current production model into a more resilient and inclusive structure that is better prepared to tackle future crises.