Advertising must be in Catalan if it involves an invitation to purchase, through documents, catalogues, leaflets, advertisements, etc. on which the price of the product is stated (article 128.1 of Law 22/2010 on the Catalan Consumer Code and article 32.2 of Law 1/1998 on linguistic policy).
If thus established by a local by-law, Catalan should be included in all advertising in the public thoroughfare. This regulation stems from the application of article 35.2 of the Law on linguistic policy. Companies should therefore be well acquainted with local by-laws for the purpose of compliance.
Public companies or companies holding a concession from the Government of Catalonia must do all their advertising in Catalan (article 35.1 of Law 1/1998 on linguistic policy and article 50 of the Statute of Catalonia of 2006).
There are also various obligations in other Catalan-speaking territories.
3. Posters, proclamations, advertising, leaflets, catalogues, advertising messages and announcements, both oral and written, disseminated or distributed in Andorra, must be in Catalan. Expressions in other languages may be used in a secondary position, provided that such expressions occupy less space than the main subject, written in Catalan.
6. All commercial advertising and posters published and distributed in Andorra for cinemas, theatres, shows and any other public cultural events must be written in the official language, without prejudice to titles or names of such manifestations in other languages.
In addition to the legal provisions: