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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.

10:30

National

Purchase contracts in Spain and the COVID-19 Corona crisis

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...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

15:19

National

Telefónica restructure is welcomed by market

E. MARTÍNEZ

Spain, UK, Germany and Brazil, which represent 80 per cent of its sales. Its other Latin American subsidiaries will be grouped into a separate division as the firm deprioritises those markets. Two further new divisions will be set up; Telefónica

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

12:48

Local

Bridge over Arroyo de La Jordana completed

CHARO MÁRQUEZ casares

...is part of the Senda Litoral, the walking route all along the Malaga coastline which is being created by the provincial government. This part of the project will connect the existing path to the Torre de la Sal with the promenade which was built

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

15:55

Opinion

Thank you for the daze

Peter Edgerton

...face it we've spent years behaving shamefully over there and while the local authorities must share some of the blame for turning a blind eye in return for sales of lager equivalent to the world GDP, the cavorting UK masses remain the prime culprits, ... free or cut price drinks in bars thus eliminating all oxymoronic happy hours in one fell swoop. This can only be a good thing. Whatever the loss in terms of bawdily named cocktail sales, surely the reduced need for emergency and medical services will