According to analysts' calculations, more than half of the 1.9 million Spanish commercial companies in recent years have not published acts or placed accounts in the Spanish commercial register. Compared to 2007 (which is considered the historical peak of company activity in Spain), the number of operating enterprises has decreased by 11 points.
In the anti-rating of regions with the maximum number of inactive companies, the Canary Islands (55%) and Andalusia (53%) are in the lead. The highest activity of commercial enterprises is observed in the Autonomous Community of La Rioja, where only 36% of companies were classified as non-operating experts.
According to analysts, the drop in the activity level of Spanish companies may be due to the consequences of the economic crises, management problems, disagreements between partners and unsuccessful market conditions.