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14:42

Local

A fifth of jobs in Malaga province are in the tourism sector

Pilar Martínez

A study released by a Costa del Sol planning body has reported that 20 per cent of jobs in Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, are in tourism. The percentage is a long way above the national average of 13.7 per cent and the Andalusian regio

15:42

Opinion

Take a (back) seat

Mark Nayler

The date for Spain's second early general election in five years is now set for April 28th. Despite uncertainty surrounding the result, we can be sure of a couple of things: firstly, that the state of the Spanish economy won't be in the forefront of ... voters' minds when they head to the polls; and secondly, that the fraught issue of Catalonia - the political problem that seems immune to resolution - will be. During Pedro Sánchez's term as prime minister, Spain's economy has rarely been the red-hot ... emerged from recession in 2014. One consequence of the economy being bumped off the top spot is that Sánchez's fiscal policies - as set out in the Budget That Never Was - have not received the attention that they should have done. Although costly (PP

16:49

National

The submerged economy

SUSANA ZAMORA

...so-called “submerged” or '”black” economy'. THE FIGURES 3,000 euros is the minimum fine for business owners who employ a worker without a contract adn it can be as high as 10,000 euros. If a worker is employed illegally and is also claiming unemployment ... benefit the fine can be between 10,000 and 187,000 euros. 24.6% is the percentage the submerged economy represents of Spanish GDP. It means 250 billion euros a year escape tax and employment controls, according to the Tax Inspectors Union. Manuel ... either side. More than a million people in Spain work in the “black economy”. Manuel has been one of them for eight years, since the construction company for which he was head of administration went into liquidation and closed down. He doesn't hide the

20:10

Local

The olive industry needs workers

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...get up and find they have gone. Gonzalo Ramírez is just one of those who share that concern. However, that is not the only reason. Sources at Asaja say the economy in the province has improved and there are jobs in the construction industry again,

16:57

Local

This week's Vuelta cycling tour is expected to boost local economy

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The Vuelta a España cycling tour which begins in Malaga on Saturday and covers much of the province in its first stages, promises to be another moneymaker for the area. The head of the provincial authority, Elías Bendodo, said at the launch of the

14:53

Opinion

Misplaced optimism

Mark Nayler

Spain's "glass-half-full" economy minister Nadia Calviño is convinced that her government's new budget will be passed, despite it needing support from hostile quarters in congress. Speaking to CNBC this week, Calviño breezily declared, "I don't

11:51

Opinion

AN INTERESTING CONFLICT

MARK NAYLER

Spain's Economy minister, Nadia Calviño, is sure that her government's proposed 2019 budget will go down well with the EU Commission. Although many measures in the spending plan depend on reduced deficit-reduction targets with Brussels, Calviño ... plan. It will chiefly be Montero's task to lead Spain's 2019 budgetary negotiations with the EU. But Calviño can surely help her to secure a favourable hearing for the Spanish government's proposals in Brussels: before she was appointed Economy ... said after she assumed her role as Spain's Economy minister on 6 June. The spokesperson also confirmed that Calviño's membership of the institution's social security scheme had been suspended and that she won't be eligible for a pay rise. This

15:12

Local

Malaga's economy will grow more than any other province in Andalucía this year

NURIA TRIGUERO

Once again, Malaga will be the driving force of the Andalusian economy this year, with the highest growth in GDP in the region. The latest report from Analistas Económicos de Andalucía (AEA) shows that the economy of the region as a whole will grow ... by 2.7%, which is slower than the 3% last year; the economy of Malaga province, however, is expected to increase by more: 3.1%. AEA expects Seville and Cadiz to follow close behind Malaga, with an estimated 2.9% growth this year, while Huelva and ... 7.3% to 23.7% in Andalucía, compared with 15.3% in Spain as a whole. In fact, unemployment in Malaga is already lower than that, having ended 2017 at 20.7%. As its economy is likely to grow at a faster rate than other provinces, unemployment should

14:40

Opinion

The voice of statistics

Héctor Barbotta

...keep reminding us, like Marcus Aurelius' slave, about the vulnerability and weakness of our economy. The mad months are coming now. The ones when unemployment shoots up again, until the next summer comes knocking at the door. Then we will once again

14:30

National

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

DAVID VALERA

2007, just before the recession started. Back in 2007, the Spanish economy grew 3.8% in the year and unemployment was at 8.6%. The growth was driven by a real estate boom and the trade deficit was 100 billion euros. Ten years ago there was a ... 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 ... was, and those in work have seen salaries decline by 7.2% in real terms. The big challenge for the economy now, say experts, is to ensure the creation of more skilled and higher-paying jobs. And also to ensure that Spain doesn't become over-reliant