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17:10

Local

Local jobless total at end of 2019 was higher than a year ago, quarterly official data shows

NURIA TRIGUERO

...department and is used by the European Union when comparing Spain with other countries. In total there were 3,191,900 people in Spain inactive and available for work at the end of December, a rate of 13.8%. 139,800 people locally in Malaga province were out ... of work, a rate of 17.75%. Malaga's poor performance is being blamed primarily on a drop in workers in the construction sector as well as, to a lesser extent, in the service sector. In contrast, employment in agriculture grew during the year. On a ... regional level, Malaga province has the lowest percentage unemployment rate of the eight provinces in Andalucía. The regional average at then end of 2019 was 20.8%.

17:31

Local

Birth rate in Malaga province at its lowest since records began in 1941

NURIA TRIGUERO

...fewer babies (or a reduction of 2.16 per cent) than in the first half of 2018. These statistics are from a study into natural movement of the population which has just been updated by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). The birth rate is ... births). This has been the case in Spain as a whole for years, but until now Malaga had escaped thanks to its younger population and higher birth rate than other regions. In reality, the first half of 2018 was the first period in history in which ... was not the case. Mortality was lower than the previous two years. To be specific, 6,551 people died between January and June this year, which is 9.2 per cent fewer than in the same period the previous year. Clear downward trend The birth rate

17:29

Local

"Decent salaries and job stability would increase the birth rate"

nuria triguero

A "culture of seasonal employment" and the "fragility" of conciliation policies are causing the low birth rate in Spain, according to Antonio Izquierdo, an expert in demography and head of Sociology at the University of A Coruña. In the first half ... that countries in northern Europe have an average of "half a child more than we do", to demonstrate the effect of the labour market on people's decision to have children. "Decent salaries and job stability would increase the birth rate," says this

13:31

Opinion

REITs - an alternative to 'bricks and mortar'

JEREMY BLATCH

...respect of a real estate investment held in certain countries which have different inheritance regimes. Supply and demand in real estate follows the interest rate cycle. Developers build aggressively when access to cheap money is readily available and

13:18

Opinion

Reforming the reforms

Mark Nayler

...just a few weeks or months. The country’s unemployment rate is around 14%, substantially reduced from a crisis peak of 27% but still the second-highest in the EU after Greece. Any attempt to constructively address either of these problems, such as the

14:23

National

Door opened for a million mortgages on 'abusive' IRPH rate to be cancelled

NURIA TRIGUERO / AGENCIES

One of the top legal advisers in the European Union has said that about one million mortgages sold in Spain on a different type of rate to the standard euribor can be subject to judicial review. The rate being questioned is known as the IRPH ... homeowners complain that while euribor rates plummeted in recent years, the different way of calculating IRPH keeps their loans higher. Many customers say that financial advisers didn't explain properly what the rate was when they were signing up for the ... loan. Now Maciej Szpunar , First Advocate General at the European Court of Justice, has said judges can decide if any mis-selling went on, adding that just because a rate is official doesn't mean that it is transparent, as banks had claimed. His

15:23

Opinion

Doom and gloom

Mark Nayler

...gloom, which obviously it's not (unless, perhaps, you're an academic economist obsessed with Spain's economic plight). In fact, the rate of Spain's GDP expansion has consistently beaten the eurozone average over the last five years, posting numbers that