This project involves an assessment of the support scheme for new productive investments in overseas French departments (RAFIP), which must be submitted to the European Commission. The assessment focuses on an inventory and six assessment questions: 1) To what extent has the tax credit improved the state of overseas businesses? 2) To what extent did the RAFIP encourage economic actors to invest in overseas departments? 3) Would economic actors have adopted a different approach to capital development without this system? 4) To what extent does RAFIP constitute an alternative mode of financing to compensate for the lack of equity capital and difficulties in accessing credit? 5) What role does the RAFIP play in promoting investments in company strategies? 6) Does RAFIP distort competition? And is RAFIP a proportional measure?
Data provided through CASD (27)
FARE Antilles-Guyane : Annual structural statistics of companies from the ESANE scheme Antilles – French Guiana