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Spain’s economy will expand by more than 3 percent this year according to the acting economy minister Luis de Guindos.
Spain's government has reportedly admitted it will never get back much of the more than 50 billion euros used to bail out the countries' banks according to a report the newspaper El Pais.
Spanish unemployment rose for the first time in five months in August as a bumper tourism season ends.
The number of people registered as out of work in Spain fell by 2.23 percent in July from a month earlier, fuelled by a bumper tourist season.
Spain's economy is expected to grow this year by 2.9 percent according to acting Economy Minister Luis de Guindos.
Tourism jobs boosted the number of people in work in Spain in June. The total of registered unemployed fell to its lowest level since September 2009.
The referendum in the UK on whether to leave or remain in the European Union has dominated the news headlines over recent weeks.
Seasonal factors meant the number of people registered as unemployed in Spain fell in April by 83,599, but remains above four million where it has been for since 2010.
Jerez de la Frontera – where more than 1 in 3 is out of work Every day is a challenge for 27-year-old Miguel Angel Vaca Fernandez, as he strives to
Spain goes to the polls on December 20 in what is being billed as one of the most crucial elections in recent years. The region of Aragon is seen as
Mariano Rajoy is candidate for his own succession. The least that can be said of the conservative head of the Spanish government is he has got
The Spanish traditional Christmas sweet known as turron is ‘bread and butter’ to some 2,000 of the townspeople of Jijona, on Spain’s Mediterranean
Spain’s prime minister has come under attack over corruption allegations in a live televised debate before Sunday’s general election. Mariano Rajoy
On the Network this week Chris Burns and his guests look at what is at stake in Spain’s general election later this month. Can the ruling Partido
After rising over three months, unemployment in Spain fell in November – providing a welcome headline boost for the government less than three weeks
Spain’s unemployment rate has fallen to its lowest level for over four years. Figures from the country’s National Statistics Institute showed that it
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has outlined his government’s budget for 2016. The July timing of the announcement is significant in that it
The jobless rate in Spain for the second quarter has fallen to the lowest levels in over three years. But at 22.4 percent the unemployment rate is
Spain’s ‘Golden Visa’ scheme has been helping to bolster a recovery in parts of the country’s luxury property market. Launched in 2013, the scheme
Spanish consumer prices fell again for their 11th straight month in May, by 0.2% year-on-year. However strip out food and oil prices and core
Spain’s unemployment rate fell for the fourth consecutive month in May. Labour Ministry data showed 117,985 fewer people were registered as being
Spain’s Q1 figures are in, and they show that output expanded at 0.9%, its fastest rate in seven years. It places the government on target to meet
Spain’s economic output expanded by 0.8% in the three months to December says the latest government forecasts, while in the first three months of
A colossal challenge faces the regional government of Andalusia, the most populated of Spain’s regions, with 8.4 million people. From the regional
Spanish consumer prices have fallen by 1.1 percent in December making it a sixth straight month of declining prices. Madrid expects the trend to
The number of people out of work in Spain fell for the month of November. There was a drop of 6.2 percent on the year, the sharpest annual dip in any
Spain’s jobless rate has gone up again. It rose by 19,720 in September from the previous month, leaving 4.45 million people out of work. The
Independence campaigners in Spain are closely watching the referendum in Scotland. A similar vote is planned in Catalonia in November, which the