The government announced on Wednesday that it wanted to set up a one-stop shop for businesses "
" by the end of June, following numerous malfunctions.
Launched on January 1, the one-stop shop for business formalities is an internet platform constituting the only gateway to registering the creation of a business, modifying its articles of association or declaring a cessation of activity.
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But the government has recognized difficulties for certain formalities, particularly the modifications and terminations, carried out on this counter supposed to simplify the administrative procedures.
Since January 1, we have been constantly working to make the one-stop shop fully operational for business formalities
," said the Minister Delegate for SMEs, Olivia Grégoire, during the session of questions to the government in the Senate.
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"More than 470,000 formalities" registered
The deployment “
”, she indicated, specifying that “
more than 470,000 formalities (creations and modifications)
” had been recorded since the launch of the counter.
The termination formalities were switched to the counter on Tuesday, she added, "
which brings us closer and guarantees the objective of achieving a single tool by the end of June
To overcome the failures of the counter, the government announced in February the implementation of temporary measures, including the reopening until June 30 of the Infogreffe site of commercial courts.
The paper route, used for the majority of procedures before the one-stop shop, had also been temporarily authorized for certain formalities.
Before the one-stop shop, the procedures, numbering four million per year, were processed by six networks of business formalities centers (CFE) and on the Infogreffe site of commercial court clerks.
The advent of the one-stop shop, managed by the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), had aroused the concern of representatives of entrepreneurs and professionals who help them complete their formalities, including chartered accountants and notaries.