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Plan Anual Normativo 2022 Administración General del Estado

Annual Regulatory Plan 2022 General State Administration



The Plan Anual Normativo 2022 of the General State Administration of Spain is a document that presents the annual plan of normative activity of the different government departments for the year 2022. The plan includes a list of the normative projects that will be developed, modified, or repealed in the upcoming year. The document is organized by different areas of action, including economic affairs, justice, environment, and social issues, among others. Each area includes a list of normative projects, with a brief description of the objectives and expected outcomes. The Plan outlines various regulatory measures that will affect businesses and companies operating within the country. These measures include changes to taxation and labor regulations, as well as updates to consumer protection laws and environmental standards. The plan also emphasizes the importance of promoting digitalization and innovation in business practices. Companies should take note of these regulatory developments and ensure that they are in compliance with the new requirements in order to avoid potential legal and financial penalties.







Issuer (type)

Ministry of the Presidency Relations with the Parliament and Democratic Memory (Ministerio de la Presidencia Relaciones con las Cortes y Memoria Democrática) (Government)

Instrument type


Disclosure instrument


Geographical scope


Mandatory or voluntary


Text analysis

    • High 1%
    • Low 0.01%
    • E focus: climate change, conservation, degradation, emissions, energy, environment, environmental management, environmental policy, fisheries, forests, greenhouse gas, hazardous substances, oceans, pollution, renewable energy, renewables, sustainable food, sustainable mobility, waste, water, water quality, biodiversity
    • S focus: collective bargaining, compensation, discrimination, diversity, employment policies, employment policy, gender equality, human rights, intellectual property, recruitment, working time, children
    • G focus: audit, collective bargaining, employment policies, employment policy, gender equality, human rights, intellectual property, working time, accountability
    • Accommodation, Administrative services, Agriculture, Arts, Construction, Education, Finance, Health, Information, Management, Manufacturing, Mining, Professional services, Public administration, Real estate, Retail trade, Transportation, Wholesale trade