Translation of red tape in Spanish:

red tape

trámites burocráticos, n.

noun

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    (bureaucracy)
    trámites burocráticos masculine
    papeleo masculine informal
    • I am not aware of any bills that the Government has introduced today that get rid of red tape.
    • Perry hates red tape but he'll find it in abundance in the public sector.
    • He attacked the government for breaking its promise to cut red tape.
    • He says he is saddened that bureaucratic red tape has brought the event to an end.
    • Many small businesses and independent traders can get confused by regulations and red tape.
    • In five years he has lumbered business will all manner of regulations, costs and red tape.
    • Instead they are demanding that councils cut red tape to free resources.
    • It is a land so bound up by red tape and regulation it is a struggle for people to make a living.
    • Opponents of the penalties claim officers were too tied up in red tape to enforce the legislation.
    • The Labour Government has introduced a raft of extra burdens and red tape for small rural businesses.
    • In addition to red tape, uncooperative officials are blamed for delays in other places.
    • The question is, can this be done without the need for more red tape and regulation?
    • Today's children, he laments, live in a society ruled by fear and red tape.
    • Despite vows by politicians to cut red tape, the burden just keeps growing.
    • It is really another piece of unnecessary legislation and more red tape we have to comply with.
    • He says local government red tape is killing housing availability and affordability.
    • You will encounter government regulations and red tape in your chosen country.
    • No one really knows how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.
    • The Scottish economy cannot afford the tourist industry to be hamstrung by red tape and bureaucracy any longer.
    • In addition, they create red tape and can cost as much to administer as they earn.