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11:40

National

“Our relationship with British people will be just as strong”

Ivan Gelibter MIJAS

This is the municipality on the Costa del Sol with the largest number of British residents: 12,000 of them are on the population register. Roy Pérez, the councillor responsible for foreigners in Mijas, gives his views on the effects of Brexit. Mij

17:33

Opinion

Risky business

Mark Nayler

The markets aren't taking the prospect of Catalonian secession seriously. That is the conclusion we can draw from this week’s announcement by credit ratings agency DBRS that it is "very unlikely" it will change its rating for Spain if Catalans vote f

10:54

Local

An average of 33 properties a day are registered as tourist accommodation

Pilar Martínez MALAGA

It is now nearly ten months since new regulations were introduced to ensure that properties which are used as holiday accommodation are registered with the Andalusian tourism authorities, and fears that this would have a negative effect on the sector

19:34

Travel

Miami vibe

Andrew Forbes

...revived and booming economy. I'm not a potential property investor, but the temptation to see how the other half can live was irresistible. The wraparound terrace balconies were breathtaking, especially when catching a downward glimpse of the

15:17

Opinion

The future of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies

JEREMY BLATCH

You may be familiar with the term "Bitcoin", without understanding its use or the overall concept of "blockchain" or "cryptocurrencies". A “blockchain” is a digitised, decentralised public ledger. It includes all “cryptocurrency” transactions - nam

15:08

Opinion

Schrödinger's sentences

Mark Nayler

The outcome of one of Spain's highest-profile criminal trials is now known: Rodrigo Rato, former deputy prime minister and ex-head of the International Monetary Fund, is going to prison for four-and-a-half years after being found guilty of overseeing

19:35

Opinion

Setting an example

Mark Nayler

Banks that are planning to move their London operations to EU cities as a result of Brexit are expected to choose their new locations within the next few months. The competition for this post-Brexit business among other major European cities is there

16:40

National

Risk exposure

Mark Nayler

Spain’s two biggest banks, BBVA and Santander, are already registering the effects of Brexit and Donald Trump’s victory in the US election. And ironically, it’s the global expansion plans that both these banks have pursued - and which enabled them to