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13:24

National

Spanish firm wins bid for new London tunnel to ease Blackwall flow

SUR.

...and is worth 1.1 billion euros. The two Spanish groups were the only bidders for the first new cross-Thames road route since 1991. The work will consist of two parallel tunnels each 1.4 kilometres long between the Greenwich Peninsula on the south

11:47

National

Chinese visitors are driving luxury goods sales, says industry report

SUR

Sales of top-brand goods, expensive cars and high-end fashion and jewellery rose last year, according to data just released. The luxury goods market in Spain sold 9.2 billion euros in 2017, a 9% increase on a year earlier and almost double the 5% ... 2% and 4%, depending on the type of product. The profile of purchaser is also getting younger. The association is predicting that the luxury goods and services sector in Spain will be worth 21 billion euros by 2025, more than doubling. National ... the luxury and cosmetic industry sold 435 billion euros in 2017, with China and other emerging markets driving increased demand.

13:44

Local

Malaga-based Unicaja Banco mulls merger with Liberbank

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

Banco, which is based in Malaga, is currently Spain's seventh biggest banking group and a merger with Liberbank would put the new company in seventh place, above Bankinter and below Bankia. Unicaja has assets of 56.8 billion euros and Liberbank 39.1 ... billion euros, meaning that the Malaga company would be the controlling entity in any deal. Liberbank was formed by the merger of various former savings banks in central and northern Spain during the financial crisis. Between them they would have 10,849

10:48

National

Merger between Unicaja and Liberbank is called off

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

...was forced to go public and the two banks were seen as a good fit as there is very little overlap in the branch network, as Liberbank is strong in the north. The new company would have had joint assets of 97 billion euros and been the sixth biggest

14:35

National

Amancio Ortega drops to fourth place on the Forbes rich list

J. M. CAMARERO Madrid

Other people's investments have proven more profitable than those of the wealthiest Spaniard in the world, Amancio Ortega, the owner of Inditex. He has dropped to fourth place on the Forbes list with a capital of $71.3 billion, or 66.3 billion ... euros. There has been no problem with Ortega's investments, such as his 59% share in Inditex, as his wealth has increased by 6.4 per cent in the past year. However, other fortunes now outweigh his, such as those of Warren Buffet ($75.6 billion), in ... second place on the list, and Amazon boss Jeff Bezos ($72.8 billion), who is third. The richest man in the world is still Microsoft president Bill Gates, with $86 billion.

13:08

Local

Regional budget for 2020 includes funds for city's new hospital as well as roads around the province

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

Acinipo (Ronda): 503,301 euros. The biggest sums have been designated to the Health and Education departments, with more than 11 billion euros - 28% of the total spend - going towards the former. This health budget is up four per cent on this year's ... plan. Mijas hospitality school will be up and running by the beginning of 2020, says Junta The Education department in Andalucía has been assigned more than 6.8 billion euros for 2020, 3.6% up on this year. Malaga province On a local level,

12:45

Gibraltar

As Brexit looms, Gibraltar welcomes the idea of a Tangier trade office

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...different in that the border is not going to close," says the official statement, referring to Brexit. "The continuation of a fluid border for persons and goods is in the interests of both sides. Gibraltar imports some 1.5 billion euros a year in goods and