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Brussels issues warning to Spain over high debt and unemployment risk
SPAIN has received yet another warning from the European Commission over its high debt and unemployment risk “Spain is experiencing imbalances,” said the European Commission...
Mallorca’s most secretive council revealed in transparency survey comparing town halls across Spain
MANACOR city council is one of the most secretive councils in Mallorca according to a nationwide survey of hundreds of councils. The list names and...
Anonymous tip-off brings down Murcia sex exploiters who abused 19 women that came to Spain
AN anonymous e-mail to a Policia Nacional anti-human trafficking website has led to the bringing down of a major Murcia criminal gang. Police have arrested...
Bank of Spain estimates the economy will shrink by up to 15% due to coronavirus crisis
THE Bank of Spain has estimated that the economy will shrink by 15% due to the coronavirus crisis.
Thomas Cook amasses €2 million debt to Costa del Sol hotels following bankruptcy
The collapse has seen thousands of holidaymakers stranded, while the group’s aircraft have started to be impounded.
Spanish debt reaches over €1 trillion
The debt has risen for a fourth consecutive month
Spain to offer three bonds in 30 years
Spain sees way out of financial crisis with a hopeful 30 year payout
Andalucia’s damning debt
Five Andalucia town halls have seen their debt rise by more than €1.5 billion since 2011, new figures show
Spain’s debt is now worth more than its economy
Its public debt stockpile has reached €1.09 trillion
Solarpack restructures €94 million debt on five of its solar parks in Spain
The five parks include two in Sevilla, two in Badajoz and one in Caceres
EXCLUSIVE: Expat who fled Gibraltar owing thousands is discovered in Yorkshire
Three years after fleeing the Rock with a string of debts, businessman Richard Brooks has turned up in England
European Central Bank to buy 10% of Spain’s public debt
The ECB will purchase around €100 billion of Spain's one trillion public debt
EU criticises Spanish toll roads as taxpayers picks up billion-euro bill
Some of the highways ended up carrying 82% less traffic than had been originally envisaged
No hiding place?
When community fee debts from Spain come knocking on your door in Britain...
Bankia launches end-of-year housing sale
It has slashed the price of 6,000 homes by up to half price
Spanish football clubs in €663,876 million debt
The government has described the situation as 'worrisome'
Spain’s political parties sink deep in debt
Nine organisations owe more than €1 million
More than €50 million debt drives notary to suicide
Pedro Romero Candau amassed vast quantities of business and personal debts - including €5.5 million on behalf of the University of Sevilla
Spanish pharmacists strike over outstanding government debt
Pharmacists across Barcelona hold half day strike
Spanish bank borrowing falls as confidence returns
Thirteenth consecutive month of falls in borrowing from ECB
The business of debt
Business is booming for debt collectors
Top chef Sergi Arola threatens to quit Spain
Double Michelin-starred chef's popular Madrid restaurant shut down by tax inspectors
Timeshare Toni finally goes on trial
Expat accused of taking €6.6 million in scams along with five other Costa based accomplices
Andalucia requests €1 billion bailout
Mounting debts force regional bosses to take begging bowl to Madrid
Olympic size debt
Introducing a new monthly currency column, Keith Spitalnick looks at the inconsistencies in financial reporting and whether the Olympics are really worth their weight in gold…
Government debt ceiling condemns Andalucia to yet more cuts
Schools, hospitals and public servant positions will be the first to go
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