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The average Spanish annual wage is US$ 34,387 (source: OECD), while the unemployment rate, as a percentage of the total work force, is 21.6% (of whom 41.6% have been unemployed for more than a year). There are a total of 10 standard procedures that must be followed when starting up a new business, with the minimum start-up time being 28 days (source: World Bank).
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