The Council of Ministers approved yesterday the amendments of the Penal Code to include tax offenses and a new more restrictive law than the current anti-laundering one which dates from the year 2000.
"It is an obsolete law, not adapted to reality". This is what the president of the College of Real Estate Agents and managers (AGIA), Jordi Galobardas, thinks about the rules governing leases and, in line with what was already proposed by the Association of Owners of Real Estate (APBI), claims a legislative modification that would allow short monthly rental contracts.
The country's hotel industry is registering a record February, with hotels practically full thanks especially to good snow conditions.
The Fitch Agency has evaluated Andorra with a BBB rating with a positive outlook, which improves the previous rating, which was triple B, but with a stable outlook.
Last year 432 new permits were granted, double those granted in 2015.
The decision of the French government to close the Consulate in Andorra has not been well received by the residents of that country in the Principality, which move between indignation and resignation.