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12:34

Local

Rapid slowdown in local economy is ruled out: Malaga should grow by 2% in 2020

NURIA TRIGUERO

...economy will grow 1.9% in 2020, above the national average, with Malaga province expected to do better than the rest of the region with around 2%. The forecasts were announced in the regular quarterly report by AEA which was presented by Fundación ... Unicaja, the bank's charitable foundation. Job creation Local job creation should grow at a good pace this year and continue into 2020, although at a slower rate, the report says. The AEA forecast is that the numbers in work will grow 2.9% in

20:14

Local

Disappointing monthly jobless total despite hopeful growth forecast

N. TRIGUERO / J.L. PIEDRA

...would grow by 1.6 per cent next year. The job growth would be a quarter of the expected levels nationally, putting the region back to numbers in work last seen in 2007. However the percentage unemployed would stay at 20 per cent, as the overall number of

14:38

Local

UN tourism boss speaks at forum organised by SUR

Pilar Martínez

The head of the World Tourism Organization (WTO), run by the United Nations, was in Malaga on Tuesday to address local business leaders and politicians at a forum organised by SUR. Manuel Butler has recently taken over at the WTO, which is based in

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 ... Andalucía as a whole. It expects employment to grow by 2.5% this year, higher than the national average of 2.3%. The two main driving forces in Malaga are construction, which is recovering, and the tourism sector Unemployment is expected to drop by about ... 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

14:52

LifeStyle

Water births continue to grow in popularity

rubén cañizares

In November 2010, the Spanish Ministry of Health approved the ‘Strategy of Attention to Normal Birth’, a manual for clinical practitioners which encourages less intervention and medication in births. Among other recommendations in this guide, which

13:29

Local

Woodland builders

IGNACIO LILLO

They like to call themselves “woodland builders” and their tools are the trees which grow on the mountainsides. They are also the successors to the engineers who reforested Malaga back in the 1970s, most of whom are no longer with us, and now it is ... radiation, high humidity and type of soil. At these latitudes, the pine trees can grow up to 35 metres high. Evolution of the woods Between Pujerra and Jubrique there are about 1,500 hectares of radiata pines which were cultivated 40 years ago. Much of

12:07

Local

A passionate reason to grow a beard

Jennie Rhodes riogordo

El Paso, Riogordo’s famous Passion Play, has been performed at Easter in the town since 1951. It is as popular with tourists as it is with locals, regularly attracting around 10,000 people. The event has been designated by the provincial government

18:10

Local

Complaints grow over spread of sunbeds on local beaches

aLBERTO GÓMEZ Torremolinos

Residents and businesses near Torremolinos' beaches have stepped up their complaints about beach bars that are spreading out their sunbeds all over the sand. Around twenty formal warnings have been given out recently by the local council and the p