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17:17

Sport

"We've been thinking about the winter transfer window since September"

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...what may have happened since 1 September, because we want to grow in what we are doing. The word resignation doesn't enter into our vocabulary, ever. What situation will Malaga need to be in at Christmas, if the present crisis is to be reversible? ... if they questioned me. We are trying, we are doing our best and working hard like we did last year, but we're not getting the results. But won't people's patience run out if this crisis continues? Patience is symptomatic in this club, on all

18:36

National

A return to normality

MARK NAYLER

Rajoy, the medium-term health of the Spanish economy depends on the December 21st vote. Rajoy's administration is understandably concerned about what might happen if the Catalonia crisis continues into next year. Indeed, the Popular Party lowered its

13:11

Opinion

Baby food!

IGNACIO LILLO

...or badly for many people over the coming months. Firstly, the general feeling that the financial crisis is over. Even if that is partly true, it's a sobering thought that Bancosol food bank says that some 49,000 local people still rely on them to

13:13

Opinion

Problem solving

Mark Nayler

...accepted in Barcelona, would still only address one aspect of a problem that goes much deeper than economics. Economics is a substantial part of the Catalonia crisis, of course - or at least it's said to be by separatists. It is a long-held grievance ... questions, but an even more complex one is whether a fiscal solution alone is enough to resolve the Catalonia crisis. The political divides that the issue has uncovered and inflamed suggest that such measures would not go to the heart of the matter. That

14:10

Local

"On a day-to-day basis it's business as usual in Catalonia"

Rachel Haynes

...have a real interest in the Catalan market and in keeping employment growing. “We are just coming out of a financial crisis and we don't want to see a region like Catalonia fall into another one,” she adds. “No one knows what's going to happen after

11:26

LifeStyle

Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

Woman is Madrid itself. Nowhere is Navarro's descriptive talent more obvious than in the passages that deal with Elisa's nocturnal explorations of the capital's suburbs - areas littered with post-crisis, unfinished housing, most of it occupied by

12:07

LifeStyle

A piece of Finland in the sun

Susana Zamora

...beginning to pick up again after the crisis. However, Suvi thought that her role of entrepreneur, mother and even councillor (she was in charge of the Foreign Residents department in Fuengirola from 2007 to 2010, when Esperanza Oña was mayor) was not enough,

13:06

Local

Building licence approved for new San Pedro health centre

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...was first approved by the council in 2010 but plans were subsequently put on hold during the years of the financial crisis. According to district mayor for San Pedro on Marbella council, Rafael Piña, the new council had committed to speeding up

11:08

LifeStyle

Pigs and machines

I. IBÁÑEZ

“The first transgenic transplants of pig hearts in humans will take place in 1996,” the newspapers of the 90s used to say, but the 'mad cow' crisis and the spread of Aids put a stop to the idea of xenotransplants for fear that humans could be

12:16

National

May gives Rajoy support on Downing Street visit

SUR

...praised the strength of the relationship between the two countries and stressed the desire to work together over Brexit. May also showed her support for Madrid and its handling of the ongoing political crisis in Catalonia, saying she would not recognise

12:18

National

The independence crisis in Catalonia is said to be affecting unemployment

Nuria Triguero

In November unemployment in Spain as a whole increased by 7,255 to a total of 3,474,281, according to figures just released from the Ministry of Employment. The government pointed out, however, that this increase is actually lower than the same month

12:19

National

Unemployment in Malaga has increased after the summer

NURIA TRIGUERO

...the region as a whole unemployment dropped by 3,114. The independence crisis in Catalonia is said to be affecting unemployment The services sector has mainly borne the brunt of the increase since the summer. Numerous jobs ended in the hotel,

17:37

Opinion

Little dogs - lots of energy

PETER HARRISON

...and the owner had bought him for company as he lived alone. Had he made provision for the dog if he predeceased the dog? A tricky subject but one which must be faced. However a crisis was solved and owner and dog are together for Christmas and we

10:35

National

King Felipe calls for Spain to "inspire and to evolve"

MARÍA EUGENIA ALONSO

...respect the laws and diversity of the country. Referring to the Catalan political crisis, he urged both sides to avoid any further unilateral actions that would only lead, he said, to “exclusion and confrontation”. The king's message was eagerly

19:02

Opinion

Crisis? What crisis?

Mark Nayler

...expansion is likely to be 0.8%; if that statistic proves true, the Spanish economy will have grown at the same rate as it did in the third quarter, despite the Catalonian crisis that has dominated the last three months of this year. Another figure that

20:06

Local

2017: a rollercoaster year

Rachel Haynes

...took three days for British police to confirm his death to his family, and increasing calls for the identification process to be sped up caused a small diplomatic crisis between the two countries. Ignacio, who worked at the HSBC bank in London, was ... that many cases go unreported, so the real figure must be much higher. NOVEMBER Construction Building starts again Experts predicted that 2017 would be a record year for new construction on the Costa del Sol, following the economic crisis. In

13:56

Opinion

Cost analysis

Mark Nayler

Estimates for the potential cost to Spain of the Catalonia crisis are like those of Brexit for the UK: in both cases, the figures are constantly changing, depending on what side of the argument they're coming from. The latest forecast regarding the ... government after the December 21st elections. Total cost: 3 billion euros. But in a worst-case scenario, the bank assumed that the crisis triggered by the illegal independence referendum of October 1st (O1) would continue well into 2018 and possibly beyond. ... have yet to form a government). Might De Guindos' prediction that the independence crisis will cost Spain a billion euros turn out to be absurdly optimistic? As things stand, there is little reason to think so. Although Catalonia itself has been hit

16:24

Local

Jobs in Malaga grew at fastest rate in Spain in 2017, official data shows

NURIA TRIGUERO

3.44%. The good news was part of end-of-year data that showed the number of registered unemployed in Malaga ended the year on 157,573, roughly the same figure as 2009, just ahead of the worst years of the global economic crisis. This figure was a 6.7%

12:49

Sport

Malaga CF supporters speak out against Sheikh Al-Thani

Pedro Luis Alonso

...blamed the club's current crisis both on and off the pitch on its owner, Sheikh Al-Thani. The leader of the Federación, Miguel Molina, said of the sheikh: "You took us to heaven, but then to hell." With this statement, Molina summarised the feelings of ... crisis that Malaga CF is suffering from has pitted the fan base directly against the ownership. Daniel Sánchez, head of the San Pedro Alcántara supporters' club, has said: "The club has been totally abandoned. It's an unusual situation for a club and I

11:52

National

Former IMF head denies blame for the near-collapse of Bankia

SUR

The ex-president of Bankia, Rodrigo Rato, who was also once a government minister and head of the International Monetary Fund, appeared before a committee of MPs this week to explain his role in the crisis at the bank in 2012. After a

17:17

Opinion

Anyone's guess

Mark Nayler

Just how concerned is the Spanish government about the potential cost of the Catalonia crisis to the rest of the country? One week it seems to be very worried indeed, yet the next it appears to shrug off the dangers, and nowhere is this more evident

17:19

Opinion

Sound money and why it matters

JEREMY BLATCH

...redeemable in gold, the US Dollar became FIAT for the first time in its history and the US Government could print as much as it wanted. It printed 84Bn US Dollars a month for six years, following the financial crisis of 2008. It was not necessary to

18:11

Local

The population in inland Malaga has dropped considerably in recent years

Eugenio Cabezas

...past decade, a period during which we moved from the boom in construction to the economic crisis and then a moderate recovery in the most recent years. There are some exceptions, but the latest figures from the National Institute of Statistics (INE),

14:31

Local

HMS Duncan docks in Malaga

europa press

...multinational, integrated maritime force - made up of vessels from various allied nations, training and operating together as a single team - that is permanently available to NATO to perform a wide range of tasks, from participating in exercises to crisis

12:15

Local

Costa del Sol uses fashion to show the province's diversity

P. MARTÍNEZ

...market. The figures for 2017 were good, said Bendodo, adding that this year is expected to see the definitive recovery of the Spanish market, after a major slump during the crisis years. Marbella Marbella's promotion at Fitur aimed to tempt visitors

14:16

Opinion

Forget about it

Mark Nayler

...held today, as compared to 33% in 2016. The poll also revealed that almost half of the voters who voted for the PP in 2016 would no longer do so. Clearly, the PP's message of economic competence has been forgotten amidst the Catalonia crisis, for which

14:30

National

Taking stock of the economy a decade after the start of the crisis

DAVID VALERA

Ten years on from the start of the financial downturn Spain is showing many signs of a strong recovery. However, to work out if “the crisis” is truly over, economic data coming in from the year just finished needs to be compared with that from ... and has grown at 3% for the last three years, meaning GDP is back at pre-crisis levels. Analysts say that the economy is more balanced now, with a healthier swing towards increased exports. The trade deficit has declined some 80% since 2007 and

18:14

Opinion

Can you credit it?

Mark Nayler

...constitutes a positive take on the medium-term economic impact on Spain of the Catalonia crisis - assuming, that is, that we take any notice of it whatsoever. Fitch's upgrading of the Spanish economy puts Spain in the A grade for the first time since 2012, ... classes are aimed at businesses and governments and are intended to indicate how risky an investment is. The fact that Spain now occupies Fitch's A grade tells us that the agency doesn't think the Catalonia crisis has affected Spain's status as a borrower ... word of what the big ratings agencies say anymore. We should not forget their role in causing the American subprime mortgage crisis of 2007 and the global meltdown that followed - a topic explored in the fascinating 2010 book The Big Short by Michael

19:09

Local

Malaga creates 30,000 jobs in a year and 600,000 are in work

NURIA TRIGUERO

After nine years, Malaga once again has 600,000 people in work. It is a level which hadn't been reached since 2008, when the crisis began to knock at the door of the local economy, and now the latest Survey of the Active Population (EPA), for 2017, ... provinces most affected by unemployment, because there are still 157,400 people registered as out of work. In fact, although we can say that employment has practically returned to pre-crisis levels, that is not the case with unemployment. This paradox

13:44

LifeStyle

Is this an old man?

SUR

However, their social status has risen in recent years with the economic crisis: “many have played a vital role in supporting their families, thanks to their pensions,” he says. Other experts say that although originally an 'anciano' was a person with a

18:58

Local

New housing projects have increased by nearly 60% to the highest level since 2008

NURIA TRIGUERO

...these figures reflect “sustained growth” - they have increased for three consecutive years - so it can now be said that the sector is coming out of the economic crisis. However, he stressed that the numbers are still small compared with the pre-crisis ... expects that level to be reached in four or five years. Sarabia warns that a new property bubble cannot be ruled out, because “this would not be the first time that people have failed to learn from a crisis,” but the president of the association of ... builders and developers ACP, Emilio López, doesn't agree. In fact, he thinks it is unlikely. “Prices are going up moderately and they are starting from levels which are 30 per cent lower than before the crisis. Also, developers used to be able to obtain a

11:29

LifeStyle

The steps of the lost

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...which many families are unable to afford. In some places organisations like Cruz Roja can help them join the telephone assistance service. The economic crisis, says Amills, has made dependent elderly people more vulnerable. “Some families have had to

11:34

Sport

So where is the sheikh?

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / D. FINCH

Malaga. With the club facing the biggest sporting crisis during his reign as owner, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani continues his prolonged absence from the city. The sheikh has not been seen since returning to Qatar in May to observe Ramadan and has

11:44

Opinion

In with the new

Mark Nayler

Clearly, Rajoy - who has been at the helm of his vilified party for fourteen years and has stood for prime minister five times - is being punished for his handling of the Catalonia crisis, as well as for corruption within the PP. But the Metroscopia poll ... corruption within the PP and his handling of the latest Catalonia crisis have sealed his fate. All of which is playing into the hands of pro-business, market-friendly Ciudadanos (“Citizens”). Albert Rivera's centre-right newcomer is now the strongest force