Thursday, June 4, 2020

HALF of Spain ‘will not holiday’ in 2020 while domestic spots like Costa del Sol more popular than breaks...

HALF of Spaniards have said they will not go on holiday this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. A...

Chartered Financial Planner Jonathan Holdaway explains the Spanish tax compliant bond

Article by Jonathan Holdaway HAVING recently completed the purchase of our first home in Spain – thankfully we were...

How are Spanish Compliant Investment Bonds Taxed?

Sam Kelly DipPFS, EFA, BA (Hons)Managing PartnerChorus Financial MANY of you will have explored your options for investing as...

COVID-19: As Spain’s Ministry of Labour uncovers fraudulent redundancy schemes, Lawbird’s Antonio Flores explains ERTE

SPANISH ERTE schemes, following the trend of most European countries, allow employers to lay off or temporarily suspend workers in crisis situations.

Andalusian economy predicted to shrink by up to 11.5% following the coronavirus crisis

THE Andalucian economy is predicted to contract by up to 11.5%, a new study has found.

Romantic getaways for residents and 80% discounts on rooms – Crisis-hit hoteliers in Spain’s Mallorca get inventive in the...

It is fair to say that a hotel, or any business for that matter, would be unable to survive without a steady stream of revenue

Why a ban on sales in Spain’s shops could spell disaster for small businesses in Mallorca

A local merchant told the Olive Press that he has "not earned any income for two months and the only way to entice clients is through sales"

Tui plans to cut 8,000 jobs but is positive summer holidays will go ahead

TUI has warned of 8,000 job cuts due to the coronavirus crisis, but that summer holidays will still go ahead.

Restaurants, bars and cafes in Spain’s Mallorca warned of ‘serious repercussions’ if terrace safety measures not respected as multiple...

Crowds of people, tables seated less than two meters away and a failure by staff to wear masks are just seen at terraces this week

Madrid and Barcelona both rank in the bottom 10 of best cities for jobs following coronavirus crisis

MADRID and Barcelona have both ranked in the bottom 10 of the 100 best cities for jobs following the coronavirus crisis.

IN PICS: ‘Normality’ returns to Palma de Mallorca as residents flock to terraces to enjoy first day in Phase...

Reopening after almost two months, a huge proportion of businesses resumed their activity today

British expat urges self-employed in Spain to support new autonomo political party

A BRITISH expat on the Costa del Sol explains why he joined the newly formed A.P.E (SOMOS AUTONOMOS INICIATIVA POLITICA) and what his role is.

Mallorca businesses gear up to reopen on Monday as island joins Formentera, Ibiza and Menorca in Phase 1 of...

"We will start to de-escalate, but it is important that we do it very well and do not let down our guard," said President Francina Armengol

Truce reached in war on terraces in Palma de Mallorca as officials allow expansion into parking spaces during Phase...

"With this measure we have saved many families from economic ruin," said Mayor Jose Hila

Gibraltar schools start to open from May 26 as active COVID-19 infections go down to THREE

STUDENTS on the Rock will soon be allowed to see their friends while keeping to social distancing rules as schools open for some of them new plans.

Number of unemployed people in Spain’s Malaga rises by 4.7% in April, bringing the total number to 192,403

UNEMPLOYMENT in the province of Malaga has risen by 4.7% in the month of April, compared to March.

Crisis-hit hotels in Spain’s Mallorca plead for airport to reopen on JULY 1 amid fears tourists will choose holidays...

The president of the Hotel Chains Association said: "Both Germans and Britons are still interested in travelling to the Balearic Islands this summer."

COVID-19: Mercadona launches four-day week for staff in bid to reduce their contact with customers while Spain’s coronavirus crisis...

MERCADONA has launched a four-day week as an ‘exceptional measure’ to protect staff from coronavirus. In echoes of Jeremy...

COVID-19: Chorus Financial has received a record number of new enquiries despite Spain’s current crisis

IN December 2018, during a large market fall, and again today, during the current crisis, Chorus received a record number of new...

Spain’s Repsol suffers staggering losses of €487 million in the first quarter of 2020

REPSOL has suffered losses of €487 million between January and March.

Number of unemployed people in Spain rises by 8% in April, bringing the total number to over 3.8 million

THE number of unemployed people in Spain has risen by 8% in the month of April.

Balearic Islands predict economy will shrink THREE times more than rest of Spain due to impact of coronavirus on...

The forecast represents a significantly bleaker outlook than the rest of Spain, whose central government predicted a fall of 9.2% in GDP

EXCLUSIVE: British expat on Spain’s Costa del Sol is launching new flip flop brand this summer

A BRITISH expat on the Costa del Sol has announced he’s launching his own flip flop brand this summer.

COVID-19: Bored ‘middle class families’ on UK lockdown are driving demand for Spain’s fresh herbs, reveals one happy expat...

MIDDLE class British shoppers are helping keep Andalucian herb suppliers going through the critical coronavirus lockdown. Millions of Home...

Chartered Financial Planner Jonathan Holdaway recognises the benefit of professional connections, as he looks ahead to emerging from Spain’s...

A WHILE ago I wrote about the huge benefits I received from attending a regular weekly business networking event – here I...

Has Zara-founder Amancio Ortega won over his hardened critics with his contributions to Spain’s COVID-19 crisis?

HE’S the world’s sixth-richest person, with an eight-brand empire of 7,200 clothing shops spread across 93 countries.There isn’t a lot that Zara-founder...
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