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14:16

Opinion

Forget about it

Mark Nayler

It has long been the Popular Party's (PP) mantra that it is the only competent steward of the Spanish economy, having overseen the country's steady recovery from recession over the last few years (or so it claims). But since last October, that messag

18:21

Sport

The 150-million-euro question

ROB PALMER a look at la liga

...would be between the Brazilian and Ousmane Dembélé who is finally fit again. Coutinho will have to recover from injury before he can stake a claim. It would make sense for the 150-million-euro signing to play the Liga matches and allow Iniesta, Rakitic

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 C

19:02

Opinion

Crisis? What crisis?

Mark Nayler

With every year that passes, Spain's macroeconomic expansion appears increasingly indifferent to the activities of Spanish politicians. Evidence for this was again provided by the Bank of Spain this week, when it announced that Spain's Q4 2017 GDP ex

13:08

Opinion

No end in sight

Mark Nayler

I'm writing this column on Thursday, as Catalans vote for their next government in an election called for by Mariano Rajoy last month. In normal circumstances, it would be a tricky piece to write, because I know that these words will be published tom

16:57

Opinion

Business-friendly

Mark Nayler

Exiled Catalan president Carles Puigdemont, it would seem, is not very commercially-minded. During October, the number of new businesses opening in Catalonia dropped by 14.3% compared to the same month last year. Existing companies are fleeing too: i

18:06

Opinion

Unfair play

Mark Nayler

This week saw the Basque Country's president Iñigo Urkullu defending the region's special financial deal with Madrid. Known as the Cupo Vasco and hardwired into Spain's 1978 Constitution, this pact enables the northern region to collect its own taxes

12:53

Opinion

A gentleman's agreement

Mark Nayler

Does the Spanish economy minister know something we don't? After a meeting with Accenture Strategy and El Economista newspaper this week, Luis de Guindos was asked who he reckons is likely to take up the soon-to-be-vacant position of Vice President o

14:05

Local

Several works approved to improve public spaces in Marbella

M. PÉREZ / N. CASTRO

The modernisation of the centre of San Pedro will continue into this year after a further three major projects were announced last week. The most important will see Plaza de la Iglesia completely pedestrianised. The 1.4-million-euro budget will go

13:13

Opinion

Problem solving

Mark Nayler

The potential economic cost of the Catalonia issue has been discussed exhaustively since the illegal independence referendum on October 1st. The more constructive task now is trying to work out whether there is a solution to the economic aspect of th