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12:14

National

Spain to get 140bn euros of EU funds in historic Covid-19 deal

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

Spain will be the second biggest beneficiary after Italy. The country will receive a total of 140 billion euros, equivalent to about 11 per cent of its GDP. This will be divided into 72.7 billion of direct grants from 2021-2024 to help the economy

11:30

LifeStyle

The secrets of the 'snoring' tuna

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...prepared for when the siren sounds to indicate that the fish stalls in this market are open for business, says Rafael Jiménez. Last year Mercamálaga sold 38.29 billion kilos of fish and shellfish (32.65 billion of fresh fish, 2.47 billion of frozen fish, ... 2.15 billion of fresh shellfish and 1.02 of frozen shellfish). The 'ronqueo' starts with the head, from which parts of the interior are used; the 'morro' and 'morrillo' are in the upper part of the head, and are very popular due to their high fat

15:02

Opinion

Terms and conditions

Mark Nayler

...and keep it balanced until at least 2040. No wonder, then, that the Socialist government of Pedro Sánchez has set its sights on as much as €140 billion from the EU, around €74 billion of which could be in the form of grants that don't need to be

22:13

Opinion

Spending spree

Mark Nayler

This week saw some big numbers being thrown around by the Spanish government. Prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced that his leftist coalition plans public investment of €150 billion throughout 2021 and 2022, a level of spending that heavily ... depends on Spain receiving an EU bailout package of €140 billion, €74 billion of which would be in grants, the rest in repayable loans. This hefty injection of funds into the country's post-Covid economy, according to Sánchez's administration, could in ... turn act as a stimulus to private investment worth €500 billion. You wouldn't necessarily guess, staring goggle-eyed at these enormous figures, that Spain is currently weathering a global health crisis with the potential to become, at least in its

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