Consumer purchasing habits have been changing, as the online purchase has settled. Last March 15, Consumer Day was celebrated, and again it has been confirmed that the number of people who make their electronic commerce operations in Spain is close to 20 million.
Since January 1 of this year 2017, minority shareholders of unlisted commercial companies have the right to have the company buy the shares at a reasonable price if they do not distribute dividends.
It is increasingly common to find products at a good price on websites that ship these products from outside the EU, especially from China. We must bear in mind that, being products from outside the EU, we will have costs associated with the importation, which are often not very visible in the websites that offer them.
Many times we find stores where, when we ask to change an item that we have bought, we are told that there is no possibility of changing it and, at most, offer us a voucher from the same store and for the amount of the first item.
First Chinese who came to Spain, thirty or forty years ago, opened Asian restaurants. Then, cities were filled with Chinese bazaars. With the outbreak of the crisis, they bought many bars and restaurants. And textile garment, born chains of low cost Asian fashion, as Mulaya or Okeysi, who do not stop to open stores.
In the bylaws of commercial companies not only certain mandatory questions should appear as filed where the domicile of the company, but also, in addition, can be set any mention that the partners deem appropriate.
According to Article 167 of the Commercial Code, which establishes the possibility of transforming society, before its dissolution, in any commercial company governed by that statute, it is not possible that processing takes place in a corporation or foundation, said the Superintendency of Companies (Supersociedades).