Taxpayers can already request an appointment to be called by the Tax Agency. The 2018 Income and Patrimony Campaign will begin this Tuesday, April 2, for presentation by Internet and by telephone, and will continue until July 1, according to the taxpayer’s calendar prepared by the Tax Agency. Specifically, tomorrow starts the campaign for the presentation on the Internet of the Income and Patrimony 2018 declarations, as well as for those taxpayers who wish to make the Income declaration by telephone. Bad times for European industry, especially because of the plunge in the purchasing managers’ index (Annual Report Template) of the manufacturing sector that in Germany has sunk to 44.1 points, its worst level since July 2012. A figure that reflects level of the Eurozone where this indicator already adds two months to the downside falling to April 2013 minimums. Specifically, the PMI stood at 47.5 points in March compared to 49.3 in the previous month, pushed by the giant Germnao and other powers such as Italy or France.
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For Phil Smith, economist at IHS Markit, “the final figures for March offer an uncomfortable reading, with a recession in the manufacturing sector that is larger than originally estimated.” Smith added that this fall rate is reminiscent of those recorded during the financial crisis and noted that more and more companies talk about a lower demand for the “Brexit” and the problems associated with the automotive industry or lower global consumption. However, in Spain, the aforementioned manufacturing PMI index registered a slight increase in March to 50.9 points compared to 49.9 points in February, thanks to the slight increase in production, new orders and employment. For Smith, “the manufacturing sector in Spain experienced a slight improvement in its PMI index in March, but the underlying conditions remain quite weak” and has warned of a stagnation. To what would be foreign, in the opinion of this analyst, the complicated international environment with the slowdown of European economies, trade war and lower global demand.
All this contrasts with the worsening observed, especially in Germany where the indicator has fallen to levels not seen since July 2012 to 44.1 points and in neighboring France, where it fell to 49.7 points, its worst reading in three months, while in Italy it has remained at 47.4 points, a minimum of almost six years ago. “The March PMI data show that the manufacturing sector is going through the steepest decline since the 2012 debt crisis,” said Chris Williamson, chief economist at Annual Report Template, noting among the factors behind this deterioration. on the commercial war and the ‘Brexit’. This head of the team that produces these indicators has also attributed the bad data to the worsening economic outlook in the Eurozone and the destination of its exports, which has damaged activity and confidence.