In its report, the CEESP
included results of a survey conducted in 2013 and 2014 among 56 municipalities around the country to determine what mechanisms were in use to expedite paperwork or obtain business permits.
Para a construcao do conjunto, a CEESP
que possuia um terreno proximo ao vetor de industrializacao da cidade de Guarulhos, cortado pela Via Dutra, e nos limites da Base Aerea de Cumbica.
According to some surveys carried out by CEESP
(Centro de Estudios Economicos del Sector Privado) among almost 500 companies located in several Mexican cities, between 30 and 40 per cent of producers and retailers consider that the informal economy has a big presence in their markets and that they have been partially or totally wiped out of markets by the informal business (Winkler, 1997).
Most private sector analysts, such as the CEESP
, have estimated that up to 30 percent of government spending (or about US$5.7 billion) is lost to corrupt practices or bribery.
And the Center for Economic Study of the Private Sector (CEESP
), a highly regarded research institute, puts the effective corporate tax rate near 50 percent: The official rate is 34 percent, but hidden costs such as high taxes on telephone service and energy and a 10-percent national sales tax place Mexican corporations at a significant disadvantage vis-a-vis their international competitors.