Spanish legal regulations on Foreign Direct Investment

Foreign direct investment (FDI) (Inversión Extranjera Directa) involves the transfer of capital by economic entities from one country to another country, with the intention of establishing businesses or subsidiaries there, as well as acquiring or obtaining a relevant shareholding in foreign companies.

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Spanish assets can be transferred to a relative by deed of gift/donation

A Gift or Donation under the Spanish Civil Code allows an individual to dispose of an asset in favour of another person on the provision that the recipient is fully prepared to accept the asset and all the liabilities that may be attached to the asset passed to them by Deed of Gift, which also can be described as a donation.

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