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19:16

Opinion

Crispiness is king

ANDREW J. LINN

...crisps on the sales charts. We have all noticed food is getting crispier. Restaurant menus use the word 'kristal', associating a brittle sound and taste with walking on broken glass, and we can buy kristal picos (extra crunchy breadsticks). The best

18:26

National

IMF says government overspend in Spain will reach record levels in 2020

SUR

...inflation rate to -0.4%, from -0.5% in August. Prices in Spain have been lower year on year for the past six months. Housing market improvement In other released data, the amount of home sales fell 12% in August, compared to the same month in 2019. This

15:14

LifeStyle

The scent of autumn infuses the streets of Malaga

CRISTINA PINTO

...most chestnut stall owners agree on, like Manolo Marín, who accompanies his wife María Teresa Segura in the autumn evenings on their stall in the La Unión neighbourhood. The Malaga native complains that sales are low: "We might take 60 euros but the ... regular customers," says Antonio Bermúdez. "Some have been coming to us for 30 years." The fluctuation in the temperatures this autumn haven't helped sales much either. In recent weeks thermometres have flickered anywhere between 20 and 30 degrees, which

15:05

Sport

Job done for Malaga as busy transfer window concludes

pedro luis alonso / antonio góngora

...to Hércules after their loans expired. Malaga were, however, able to make some money from the sales of Keidi Bare to Espanyol, Álex Mula to Fuenlabrada, Iván Jaime to Famalicao, Tete Morente to Elche and Ponferradina exercising the clause to sign

17:17

Local

Experts worried that residential tourism on the Costa del Sol will make a slow recovery

Héctor Barbotta

2022-2023. Concern at six-month tax obligation ruling for non-residents trapped in Spain during lockdown Delegates discussed how during lockdown there was an increase in enquiries but this didn't translate into real sales afterwards. When the ... from interested buyers. Rubio recalled that in 2019 the market had already fallen 10 per cent with demand stagnating from international buyers, which make up a third of sales. The effects on sales of Covid-19 will be felt for some time, as tourist

19:49

Sport

Malaga's new-look squad almost complete as three new players arrive

antonio góngora

Diego González, Renato Santos and Esteban Rolón. Defender David Lombán, who was included in the ERE, will remain at the club after agreeing to take a pay cut. These departures, as well as the sales of Keidi Bare, Álex Mula and Iván Jaime and the

12:05

Local

Arms sales point discovered in a brothel in Vélez-Málaga

Eugenio Cabezas

National Police have uncovered an arms sales point in a brothel in Vélez-Málaga and have arrested two people, the head of the establishment and a client, for their alleged involvement in the crimes of arms and drug trafficking. Searches carried

18:21

Local

Fear of squatters showing signs of hitting sales of Costa properties to foreign buyers

IGNACIO LILLO

...has had a big impact and an immediate consequence. "We received many calls from people who want information about their rights in Spain," she says. She is optimistic and agrees with the developers that the problem has not affected sales locally so ... year, because demand was so high. Víctor García-Miña, who runs Puertas Miña, a company which manufactures and installs this type of door, agrees. He says sales have tripled this summer. "Everyone wants their door fitted urgently. Some say they are too ... armoured doors in Spain is SegureStil, based in Malaga city. Luis María Jiménez, the sales manager, says demand for their products has risen 17 per cent between June and August and 25 per cent compared with last year. "People feel a need to protect

15:01

Opinion

Record grape harvest - for what?

ANDREW J. LINN

...be enjoyed at home, in restaurants, and exported. Instead the general drop in wine sales will almost certainly cause an unusable surplus. In greater sums than ever before 90 million euros will be 'wasted' on distilling grapes to make industrial ... alcohol or leaving them on the vine to rot. Potentially the 2020 harvest would have resulted in a fifth more wine than previous years, but restaurant sales have fallen by 65% and exports by half since the start of the pandemic. In many regions, such as

15:33

What to do

Salon Varietés postpones re-opening until October

Tony Bryant

Other planned performances included tribute shows to Cliff Richards and The Carpenters, a dance spectacular and a country and western show starring Johnny G. A spokesperson for the theatre said that the shows had been cancelled because ticket sales had

14:40

Local

Supersol name set to disappear as Carrefour buys up familiar chain

EFE / N. HESKETH

...the start of 2021. At the moment Supersol has 173 supermarkets in Spain and 90 per cent of these are in Andalucía and Madrid. Carrefour said that the new sales points will help it expand its home delivery capability. Supersol employs over 4,000

13:59

Sport

Malaga complete their first signings of the summer as mass exodus looms

borja gutiérrez / sergio cortés

Primera. However, Malaga have a lot of loose ends that need to be tied up before any players can come in. Matters pending Firstly, it is hoped that the sales of midfielder Keidi Bare and goalkeeper Munir will be completed imminently, with the former

13:48

Local

Grape harvest begins but the future is uncertain

Eugenio Cabezas

...great care and skill to pick the Muscat of Alexandria grapes in a year which is marked by uncertainty for the Malaga wine-producing sector because of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Unsurprisingly, the drop in sales to bars and restaurants

16:33

Opinion

Prohibition, will they never learn?

ANDREW J. LINN

...not only are national wine sales banned, but also exports, leaving producers with bursting warehouses and no income. Why did one of the world's foremost wine-producing countries suddenly put a stop to any class of commercial activity involving wine?

11:53

LifeStyle

A need for a change of wallpaper, as they say in Holland

JENNIE RHODES

After six months of travelling, Nicole decided she needed to find a job. "I read in the paper that somebody was looking for a sales lady [in a shop] in a touristy place for three months to replace a pregnant lady. I got the job and stayed there until ... Magazine, wrote the cultural page, edited a book [and] worked every year in Cannes for the Film Festival." She says she did all of that while managing the shop. "I always had fantastic sales ladies to whom I could leave the shop. No closing time there,

11:31

Local

Lux Mundi centres and shops back in action

Tony Bryant / Jennie Rhodes

Meanwhile Lux Mundi's Torre del Mar centre is extending its opening times to include coffee mornings on Fridays from 11am until 1pm. Coffee, tea and other light refreshments will be available and the charity shop will be open for sales. However, as in

14:46

Opinion

It's in the can

ANDREW J. LINN

...considerations of vintages or grape blends. Introduced by the Ford Coppola winery in California in 2003, sales of canned wine never slowed, and Forbes predicts a 30 per cent market share before long. It is odd (but not surprising to anyone who knows Spanish

14:56

Opinion

What's on a label?

ANDREW J. LINN

...region, but something was seriously wrong with their accounting, as they declared sales of more crianzas and reservas than had been declared for all the wine in their inventory. No prizes for guessing that if you bought a Viña Albali Reserva, for example,

22:14

Opinion

The future of the guidebook

JOSEPHINE QUINTERO

...domino effect. Will Lonely Planet return? Although I am now retired, of course I sincerely hope so. Pre-corona and against all digital odds, guidebook sales were slowly on the rise, despite the increased competition from such user-generated platforms

13:10

Local

Nerja cave and museum reopen with restrictions and temperature checks

Eugenio Cabezas

The Nerja cave reopened to the public on Monday, with restrictions including a 70 per cent reduction in ticket sales and temperature controls for visitors. Hand sanitizer and gloves have been placed around the site and a distance of five metres

17:24

Opinion

Champagne has its moments

ANDREW J. LINN

...the Nielsen data: UK champagne sales had fallen 41 per cent by the third week of lockdown while beer sales jumped 70 per cent. Wine sales across the board are of course down all over Europe, as restaurants were closed and home consumption could not ... fill the gap. Distilled drink sales exploded, probably because it is more convenient to buy and store a few bottles of vodka than the equivalent amount of alcohol in wine, not to mention other effects. So what about champagne? To the chagrin of the ... French, sales are not buoyant anywhere, and the reasons could hardly be simpler in spite of explanations that are offered on a semi-official level, ranging from French street protests to tax rises on sales of grapes. Disingenuously the big champagne houses

17:08

What to do

How will coronavirus change visits to museums and art centres?

Antonio Javier López

...monitor attendance to avoid crowding in the exhibition halls. Sales online The order "recommends" that ticket sales are made online, and payment by card encouraged. The Ministry of Health also establishes that museums may alter the usual route through

15:31

Opinion

'Restaurant' dining while in confinement

ANDREW J. LINN

sales hits their bottom line, these are unconvincing arguments. The cost of the raw material is not usually a major factor in any establishment's cost column, so it is hard to justify restaurant menu prices for takeaways.

15:00

Opinion

New drinking patterns

ANDREW J. LINN

Wine sales are down worldwide. Not necessarily because the usual band of wine lovers has suddenly reduced its personal consumption (some chance - probably the reverse) but a huge proportion of the wine that gets sold is traditionally consumed in the ... calculate accurately what future sales will be, difficult with a supply chain working at half efficiency. The coming 2020 grape harvest will be crucial and there are even doubts that sufficient labour will be available. Virus-hit Italy depends on exports of ... sales of spirits have risen by as much as 75%, and in USA tequila sales have overtaken gin. Ironically, sales of Corona beer have increased 50%.

10:30

National

Purchase contracts in Spain and the COVID-19 Corona crisis

advertorial

...adapt the contract, the parties must seek to modify it to solve the problem caused by the state of alarm and corona crisis. In other words, every attempt must be made to reach an agreement to allow the transaction to go ahead. Which sales could be ... execution of the contract. Spanish courts have been rejecting the possibility of terminating a sales or purchase contract based on this circumstance, but this possibility shouldn’t be ruled out and individual factors should be analysed. If there’s no ... coronavirus and new buyers may be harder to find. Sales processes which started prior to the COVID-19 crisis can lead to complex situations, which should be analysed individually and always with the advice of lawyer. This is not the time to make decisions

02:14

Local

The Finnish exodus from Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

...been a considerable drop in sales. "Half of the Finnish people here, or maybe even more, went back to our country as soon as the lockdown started," she says. Her turnover has dropped by half. "I know people aren't able to go out and are having to eat

22:12

Opinion

Don't become a victim of market volatility

JEREMY BLATCH JB@ehh.gi

...market goes lower, so they can cash in during sales. Two things need to happen for the economic and financial situation to improve: containment of the spread of the pandemic and the restoration of the supply side of the economy. No one can forecast

14:49

Opinion

Mostly losers

ANDREW J. LINN

...but at least wine is not a spoiling asset, and is quite capable of sitting around in oak barrels or stainless steel tanks for years to come. A sobering fact: Many bodegas in every winemaking country rely on visitors and on-site sales for much-needed

14:44

Opinion

On the rebound

PETER SANDERSON

...affected. It is also having an impact on industrial and manufacturing companies at both ends of the spectrum with them being unable to source raw materials and parts, while at the same time sales markets are shrinking fast. As a consequence, companies are ... laying off employees resulting in the spectre of mass unemployment. The effect of all this on the economy is obvious. Reduced industrial activity means falling sales, which results in decreasing profitability. This in turn is reflected in the share

20:15

Local

Working around the clock to ensure no one goes without

IGNACIO LILLO

...stopped. I keep working hard, I've been crazy for a few days," he admits, but he doesn't blame the people who are keeping him so busy: "It's normal that supermarket sales increase because you have to do everything at home; you can't go out to eat at the

17:57

Local

Crime still finds a way around the lockdown

FERNANDO TORRES

...of the pandemic have registered markedly increased sales - something reflected in the amount of money stored in their safes. Reduced opportunity Overall, however, according to Professor of Criminal Law and Criminology, José Becerra, opportunity,