The Subdirectorate General for Support to SMEs publishes monthly and annually various statistics and reports, both in order to disseminate the most relevant figures and indicators of Spanish SMEs, and for monitoring and evaluation of the policies carried out by the General Directorate of Industry and of the Small and Medium Enterprise.
On an annual basis, the report "Business structure and dynamics in Spain" is published from the tailor-made operation1 of the Central Business Directory (DIRCE) on January 1 of each year, provided by the National Institute of Statistics ( INE). This report was previously published under the name "SME statistics: evolution and indicators".
The "Report on SMEs" is part of the Panorama PYME collection, which has been published annually, with the aim of carrying out an analysis of business activity in Spain, paying special attention to SME behavior.
Likewise, with an annual basis is developed "Portrait of the SMES" that summarizes the SME sector also on the basis of information as DIRCE, on the following parameters:
On a monthly basis, the document "SME Figures" is published, prepared from monthly data published by the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration on companies registered with Social Security.
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The number of SMEs with employees in December was 1,324,642, which represents an increase of 0.58% compared to the previous month and 7,656 more companies; On the other hand, the number of large companies is 5,255, which implies a decrease of -1.31% (70 fewer companies), resulting in a total of 1,329,897 companies with employees, with a monthly variation of 0.57. % and 7,586 more companies.
On the other hand, SMEs with employees employed 9,222,578 employees in December, which translates into a variation of -0.05%, and a decrease of -4,927 employees. The number of wage earners in large companies is 6,164,253, assuming this figure represents job destruction of -0.75% (-46,276 fewer employees). In total, companies with employees employed 15,386,831 employees, with a monthly variation rate of -0.33%, and -51,203 fewer employees.
Within SMEs with employees, the section of micro-enterprises (1-9 employees) is the only one that experienced an increase, both in the number of companies (0.73%) and in terms of employment (1.06%).
Previous data relating to companies with employees, are extracted from the monthly statistics "companies registered in Social security".
1 Data that the INE develops specifically at the request of the DGIPYME, as the breakdown of companies until 249 employees for approval with the definition Eurostat and its comparison with the HAT.
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