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12:35

Local

Nerja caves visitor numbers dropped by 10.4 per cent in 2017

Eugenio Cabezas

...caves, Luis Diáz, it was the first fall after four years of growth in numbers. The timetable and visitor numbers change was put into practice at the end of 2016 following advice from scientists working there in order to better conserve the caves. ... However, the town's museum saw a 16 per cent growth in numbers, which Diáz attributed to the 'cuevatren' which takes visitors between the caves, town and Maro.

14:23

Local

Malaga council plans to limit the opening of new bars in the city centre

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

The city hall plans to place restrictions on where new bars can open after a study found the centre to be saturated with bars. The aim is to create a harmonious balance between the hospitality sector, which is undergoing tremendous growth, and

10:56

LifeStyle

Dry and hot autumn stunts mushroom growth

SUSANA ZAMORA

The lack of rain and high temperatures has been catastrophic for the mushroom season in Spain this year. In regions where they usually collect the highest amounts of mushrooms, such as Sanabria, they have nearly lost all of their porcini and Caesar's

13:06

Local

Malaga's growth forecast improves with 3.3% rise predicted this year

NURIA TRIGUERO

The economy of Malaga province looks set to grow more than initially expected this year. In just three months from June to September, the financial analysis organisation Analistas Económicas Andaluzas (AEA) has increased its growth forecast for the ... province's GDP from 3.1% to 3.3%. Malaga remains at the head of Andalucía in terms of economic growth, along with Granada. The average increase in production in the region of Andalucía as a whole is expected to be 3%, in line with the national average. ... analysts. “It's not a question of the motor warming up, it's already hot,” said the CEO of AEA, Francisco García Navas, this week. Especially noteworthy among the positive figures for Malaga is the 18% growth in exports up to the month of July, an

10:49

Local

Axarquía winery celebrates sales growth and successful harvest

agustín peláez

...to grow. The bodega says that it expects to see a continued growth in the sector of sparkling moscatel wines in the future, which they describe as "vibrant, light in colour, floral with aromas of fresh tropical fruits".

12:13

Local

“The Costa del Sol is very well equipped to continue being successful in the future”

Pilar Martínez interview

...airline and Jet2holidays tour operator, talked to us about the company's plans for growth in a destination which he says “has a magic which our clients adore”. So much so do they adore it, in fact, that in the 2017-2018 season the airline brought 43 per ... with your clients? There are numerous reasons that the Costa del Sol is so popular in the UK and they are all very important for British tourists when planning their holidays. We are responding to that strong and stable growth in demand, which is why ... we are here to stay, grow and become consolidated and, at the same time, that they should be aware of the growth in other destinations with whom they have to compete in terms of price, product and promotion.

10:54

LifeStyle

Preventing water-logging

Denise Bush

...plant can drown. Signs of waterlogging include reduced growth, yellowing of the older leaves, drooping and blackened, smelly roots. Once the roots are damaged the plant is unable to absorb nutrients or take up water and the leaves develop chlorosis

11:54

Local

New warehousing springs up in Malaga port as dock activity surges

IGNACIO LILLO

...into inland Andalucía have also allowed the city's port to win back previously lost business, from Cadiz and Huelva ports for example. Last year was a record year with high growth in bulk, or loose, cargoes. Cereal imports, for animal feed, for

11:50

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH

...trigger. Regulators tend to focus on the same areas of risk and are reactive. They will miss the next “shock” event. Unfunded entitlement benefits act as a strong headwind to growth in the US and many developed economies. US tax cuts add trillions to US

11:44

Opinion

In with the new

Mark Nayler

...also suggests that Spaniards don't care about the fact that the Spanish economy has been growing steadily under Rajoy's leadership; indeed, it posted GDP expansion of 3.1% in 2017, the third consecutive year of growth over 3%. But most Spaniards