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18:28

National

New 1,000 euros of virus crisis aid in Andalucía for small businesses and the self-employed

R. CABELLO

The Junta de Andalucía has approved a plan to grant 1,000 euros of direct aid for small businesses and self-employed workers in the commerce, artisan production, hospitality and travel agency sectors that have all suffered heavily during the ... Covid-19 health crisis. The 46.1-million-euro fund is designed to particularly help businesses that have been severely hit by pandemic control measures to continue trading. National, regional and municipal restrictions on trading hours, capacity ... restrictions, the compliance with hygiene measures and, of course, a general reduction in footfall because of mobility restrictions have all combined to create a critical situation for many small businesses. There will be two lines of grants, financed with

10:20

Opinion

Why Malaga is the best place to have a business in 2021

Joanna Styles

...short break in the sunshine will be irresistible for many Northern Europeans, virus or no virus. Expect big interest in Malaga this winter. Plenty of new investment. Despite the effects of the pandemic, businesses have continued to invest in Malaga. ... that 2021 will be Malaga’s year. The year when the city emerges as one of Europe’s preferred destinations for safe, sunny and quality short-breaks and relocation. And the year that the city’s best businesses reap real rewards. Joanna Styles is CEO

10:03

National

Spain's tourism industry calls to be a vaccination priority sector

Pilar Martínez

...traveller. "We propose that tourism staff be included as a priority due to the importance of this industry to the economy so that it can once again be the driving force behind the recovery," said Miguel Sánchez of the Andalusian business confederation CEA.

19:51

Local

New Year sales in Spain start with the lowest spending forecast in history

JUAN SOTO

...turnover could fall up by to 40 per cent compared to last year - a huge setback for a sector that has been struggling since last March and that has just finished a Christmas campaign to forget. The president of the Malaga business federation, Salvador ... Pérez, estimates that businesses have already lost between 40 and 60 per cent of sales during the recently concluded Christmas period and said, “There is uncertainty since we do not know if new restrictions are going to be implemented." He claimed the ... businesses, which is where the main buyers have concentrated. Shoppers Laura and her mother Elena were on the look out for bargains. "There are very good offers, especially in branded clothing, which is what we are looking for," explained Elena.

18:41

Local

Costa del Sol hoteliers fight back against Covid business devastation

Pilar Martínez

Costa del Sol hotel owners are seeking European funds to fight their way out of the Covid-19 crisis and have presented their bold ideas for five new projects. The initiative includes plans for smart hotels, an energy efficiency experience centre, a

18:53

Opinion

Winemakers

ANDREW J. LINN

...winemaker from outside the company or family is not recorded, but once the practice had started it became widespread. As in all businesses, an outsider coming in can see things that insiders don't. Woods and trees and all that. These days it is more

11:21

Local

Shops have lost up to 60 per cent of business due to the Covid restrictions

JUAN SOTO

businesses have seen the number of customers drop by 60 per cent, and shoppers have missed out on offers such as the Black Friday price reductions and are increasingly turning to online purchasing because they cannot get to shops in other towns. The move ... business," says Salvador Pérez of the Malaga Comercio federation. The limited opening hours, with non-essential shops having to close at 6pm, is also having an effect. Major stores are also noticing the difference, such as Ikea, Leroy Merlin and shopping ... what we have lost, but at least we can start to lift our heads out of the water," he says. It is a similar picture everywhere, and affects shops of all sizes. In Torremolinos, the president of the retailers' association, Juan Vallejo, says businesses

13:27

LifeStyle

'Tis the season to think eco

Jennie Rhodes

...them especially hard, with most having to close or have reduced opening times for several months. While you might end up paying a bit extra, you’ll be supporting local business and helping the local area to survive. What’s more, some independent