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65,000 hospitality businesses to collapse in Spain this year with turnover plummeting by €67 BILLION due to coronavirus crisis
COVID-19 lockdown and a plummet in tourism numbers have already seen 40,000 hospitality businesses close their doors
BATHERS enjoying their Covid-safe day on Torrevieja’s Playa del Cura were able to take away a free parasol yesterday, courtesy of the...
VALENCIA has led the way as the region in Spain where the most people were thrown on the dole last month.
COSTA BLANCA businesses are gearing up for the new normality, a local company has reported. Big FM in Ciudad...
UNEMPLOYMENT in Spain has risen by over 5,000 people in June.
THE US has been considering imposing extra tariffs on goods from Spain and the UK.
SPAIN has ranked 36th on the list of most competitive countries in the world, while the UK came in 19th.
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.
REPSOL has suffered losses of €487 million between January and March.
A BRITISH expat on the Costa del Sol has announced he’s launching his own flip flop brand this summer.
LOCALS will be able to head to shops on main-street this Saturday for the first time in Gibraltar since the general lock-down that started on March 22.
Petrol stations in Spain ask the Government if they can close down due to drop in demand, as people...
PETROL stations in Spain have asked the Government whether they can close down due to a drop in demand.
THE coalition government has repealed a law that allowed businesses to dismiss workers if they had accumulated too much medical leave.
ALDI has announced it will hire an extra 120 people in Alicante.
Valencia becomes first region in Spain to set a minimum distance allowed between gambling venues and schools, hospitals and...
VALENCIA has become the first region in Spain to set a minimum distance allowed between gambling venues and schools.
TOURISTS are spending most of their money in supermarkets, a study has announced.
AXARQUIA’s biggest and best resorts have represented the region at one of the most important tourism fairs in Europe this past week.
A COMPANY based in Jaen has introduced a four-day working week.
Steel company ArcelorMittal, Spanish airline IAG Iberia and insurance company Mapfre were the most unequal paying companies of the IBEX 35.
Enough of the donkey debate in Spain’s Mijas, especially as those complaining didn’t even vote, writes Bill Anderson
"Do I think that the donkeys of Mijas are well looked after? Not well enough."
Jonathan Holdaway recounts Harry Enfield’s shaky lesson in finance, while offering his rather better advice on a balanced investment...
‘Buy high sell low’, he confidently exclaimed, then adding ‘or have I got that the wrong way round? Course I have …sell low, buy high’
Over 2,200 people have already applied to work in Ikos’s first hotel in Spain.
Replacement flight rip offs, evictions from hotels, anxiety among thousands of tourists as Thomas Cook folds.
Thou shall keep a watchful eye on your neighbour, family and friends. (and I don’t mean with the drone you just bought from Ebay)
The regions of Andalucia where the greatest falls have been recorded were in Cordoba, Sevilla and Malaga