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13:02

Local

Coronavirus crisis estimated to have cost the Costa del Sol 10.3 billion euros

Pilar Martínez

The tourism crash crisis caused by the worldwide coronavirus pandemic has led to estimated losses of 10.3 billion euros across the Malaga province, according to a Costa del Sol Tourism report. It is reckoned that the number of tourists lost in ... estimated that 6.016 billion euros have been lost directly by the tourism sector (hotels, bars and restaurants) and 4.335 billion euros, are indirect and inflicted on other business sectors including suppliers and even taxi drivers. The tourism crisis has

18:41

Opinion

Feeding frenzy

Mark Nayler

...of Europe" by 2025. But one wonders whether private sector heavyweights should be receiving any of Brussels' €750-billion fund, which is supposedly for EU countries that have been especially affected by the virus and/or their governments' haphazard ... attempts to contain it. Among the potential beneficiaries of the €72 billion in grants allocated to Spain is Telefónica, the Spanish telecommunications multinational worth $114 billion, and rated by Forbes as the world's 110th largest company. Also in ... line for a serious cash injection is Bilbao-based Iberdrola, the electricity behemoth that posted a profit of $3 billion in 2018. Joining these two on the list of hopeful applicants for EU funds is car manufacturer Seat, wholly owned by $488-billion

19:25

National

Merger talks between BBVA and Banco Sabadell under way

SUR

...would create the second largest group, behind the soon-to-be-merged Caixabank and Bankia, with 600 billion euros in deposits or managed funds in Spain, excluding overseas operations. The conversations between the two banks are likely to take several

17:06

Local

Two Malaga businessmen featured on Forbes’ list of the richest Spaniards

Nuria Triguero

...principal shareholder of General de Galarias Comerciales (GGC), which owns shopping malls including La Cañada in Marbella. Olivo has gone from being 7th on the list to 9th, as his accumulated wealth has been reduced from 2.1 billion euros to 1.7 billion ... people in Spain whose wealth has reduced by 12% in total to 130.5 billion euros according to the list in Forbes magazine. La Cañada boss Tomas Olivo is an entrepreneur from Murcia, although the largest parts of his business are in Madrid and ... Andalucía. Among these businesses is the Marbella shopping centre La Cañada. According to Forbes, he has built up an empire which is listed on the Alternative Spanish Equity Market with a capital of 3.6 billion euros. This great leap in the ranking of the

13:05

Local

Junta de Andalucía publishes its draft budget for 2021

M. D. TORTOSA / M. STUBER

The Junta de Andalucía regional government has announced its draft budget for next year. Total expenditure would be 40.2 billion euros and the plan will now go to regional MPs to debate and approve before coming into effect. The ruling centre-right ... 8.3bn, with an increase in teachers. Dependency care services spending would go up to 1.6 billion euros. Inside the plan is 3.9 billion euros for investment spending, principally focused on combating climate change and improving the digital economy.

18:40

National

Pfizer to temporarily reduce Covid-19 vaccine supplies to Europe

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...companies, this delay is due to readjustments to allow laboratories to increase their production capacity. "It is not clear how long exactly it will take for Pfizer to resume its maximum production capacity, which will go from 1,300 to two billion doses,"

15:36

National

MPs vote against Madrid spending council savings to help bail out national finances

sur

The government has suffered a defeat after MPs failed to back a scheme to use local council savings to help bail out national finances. Town halls have some 14 billion euros in total in their bank accounts that they aren't allowed to spend ... councils spend five billion euros of these savings, in return for giving it all over to central government first. Only coalition partners, PSOE and Unidas Podemos, backed the plan. Despite agreement to the idea from the local government association