Thursday, 23 February, 2017

Business & Finance

Malaga city is on a mission to become a global centre of the arts

Penny-pinching Brits are spending less on holiday than they did before the recession

Europe Central Bank sees a one per cent growth in the second quarter

People are delaying major economic decisions

Orange's €3,4 billion bid for Jazztel has been put under the spotlight over fears Orange would hold a monopoly in the telecom market

In total, foreign drivers have paid a massive €60 million to the UK Treasury since a levy was introduced

He left school at 13 to begin work in a clothing shop

The Markit Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) of the country’s service companies grew by 4 points in April, up to 60.3

Paid-per-hour work is slashed, leaving nuns out in the cold

The dramatic reductions could save British holidaymakers and expats hundreds of euros

Environmentalists claim the trees are rapidly depleting a precious underground aquifer

La Vida Model Management - a new high end model agency - has launched

U2 tribute act set up olive oil importing business

Over a thousand of the airline’s crew members affiliated with the union Unite are threatening to strike during the peak summer season

Patricia Lobato is a rising star on the green

With the EU referendum on Brexit just six weeks away, financial advisors have warned of an ‘economic collapse’

Rajoy is likely to be sanctioned by the EU for announcing the new budget AFTER March's regional elections

Builders seeing more work, better pay from 2010

Thousands are being abandoned and slaughtered as the crisis deepens

The flight route has been running for eight years

Miguel Arias Canete's sexist comments during a political debate went viral

Workers demand an end to unsafe conditions

Spain's Aena Aeropuertos company, owner of Luton Airport, is worth billions in Europe's biggest trade this year

Taylor Wimpey is to invest €21 million to build 48 apartments and 55 houses at La Cala Resort

Profits and takings up on 2012, according to annual report

The Spanish government has postponed taking delivery of 13 Airbus A400Ms in order for them to undergo further testing

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