Creation of the Company Names Bug in the Central Mercantile Registry

The company names bug (“CNB”) has been created to facilitate the rapid incorporation of companies and consists of 1,500 names, created on the basis of the official list of reserved and economic activities from the date of their inclusion in the CNB, which attests, through the registry qualification, its non-coincidence with other pre-existing name and, therefore, their immediate availability to the person concerned.

You can access the CNB from this hyperlink.

12 May 2016

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