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Quicker payments to municipal providers

For the second month running, providers to the City Council have had their invoices paid in twenty days. With an overall value of more than 45 million euros, the speed with which 1,921 bills were paid helps provide liquidity for companies and the self-employed.

04/05/2020 14:16 h

Ajuntament de Barcelona

To be precise, the average time taken for providers to receive payment in April was 20.71 days once their invoices were registered as received. The prompt payment of invoices is possible thanks to the speeding up of the administrative process to attend to the requirements of companies and freelancers. Guaranteeing the liquidity of municipal providers and helping ensure as many businesses as possible survive is one of the goals set out by the Economic Response Coordination Centre (CECORE).

A total of 1,921 invoices were paid, with an overall value of 45,102,176 euros. A further 1,191 invoices are still pending, equating to the sum of 30,481,533 euros, and will be paid in the next few weeks. The volume of invoices registered in April (2,457) is similar to the months of January (2,356), February (2,359) and March (2,685).

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