Annual management. Intercooperation. Economic, tax and labor regime. Tax obligations. Creation of microenterprises. Corporate responsibility.
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They can participate as students in these courses:
In addition, it must meet one of these two requirements:
What are cooperatives?
1.2. Worker cooperatives.
1.3. Members: key aspects.
2.2. Annual management.
2.5. The cooperative and corporate responsibility.
3.1. Economic regime of cooperatives.
3.2. Fiscal regime of cooperatives.
3.3. Labor regime of cooperatives.
Incorporation of companies.
4.2. Tax obligations.
4.3. The market.
4.4. Consumer behavior.