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According to the 1978 Constitution, Spain is a decentralized state, and it’s divided into towns, provinces and Autonomous Communities.
Spain is divided into 17 Autonomous Communities and two Autonomous Cities (Ceuta and Melilla). They’re doted with a parliament and an autonomic Government with a series of domains that vary from one company to another.
7 Autonomous Communities were formed quickly. These were the <<historical>> regions that had drawn up projects for a Statue of autonomy in the past.
The remaining 10 Autonomous Communities were developed more slowly and gradually.
There are 7 single-provinces, Autonomous Communities and 10 multi-province Autonomous Communities.
Development: Four Autonomous Communities (Cataluña, Madrid, Andalusia and Valencia) account for over half of the national production. As a rule, there is a contract between inland (except for Madrid, the richest region), which show lower values, and coastal Autonomous Communities.