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19:07

Opinion

No shows

ANDREW J. LINN

...widely-available brand from Delgado Zuleta has been around since 1918 and is of impeccable quality. It is named after a flamenco singer. Only 6.60 euros and worth twice that. In Spain, the question of reservations is treated more casually than in many other first

14:57

National

Spain is the biggest fan of Black Friday

LUCÍA PALACIOS

It's rapidly grown into the most important date on many consumers' calendars: 'Black Friday', which this year falls today, Friday 29 November. This is no longer an American phenomenon. It has become deep-rooted in just a few years in Spain, after ... in practically ever sector: fashion, books, music, personal care, and sometimes even cars, weddings, bank loans and cosmetic surgery can be acquired at a fraction of the normal price! Black Friday is more popular in Spain than almost anywhere ... most during this discount period, and are 20 percentage points above the European average, which is 64 per cent. 84% of consumers in Spain are attracted by these offers and spend an average of 258 eurosThey are followed, although at quite a

18:47

Sport

Nadal and Bautista deliver Spain's sixth Davis Cup

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World number one tennis player Rafael Nadal, along with teammate Robert Bautista won a sixth Davis Cup for Spain on Sunday after beating Canada 2-0. Spain have become the first team to lift the Salad Bowl trophy after the competition changed to ... its new format, with one Davis Cup Finals event, played among 18 teams, in one place in one week. The venue this year was the Caja Mágica centre in Madrid. The final was played on Sunday between host team Spain and Canada. Castellón-born player ... on Friday. Spain hadn't won the Davis Cup since 2011, when they beat Argentina.

17:40

Local

Online shopping pushes up postal sector despite fall in traditional mail

J. A. BRAVO

The rise in the use of the internet initially seemed to mark the end of the postal service. However the huge increase in online shopping in Spain is, paradoxically, pushing up money spent on sending by mail once again. The latest report by the ... share) and MRW (11.2%) come next, followed by DHL (6.2%). Online sales reached 39bn Online shopping sales in Spain reached over 39 billion euros in 2018 and helped increase postal services' revenues by 19% to almost 4.9 billion euros, even though the ... study adds that traditional mail, delivered on postal rounds, still accounts for 84% of the volume of items sent. Prices of sending a standard letter are below the EU average, at 50 cents, compared to 72 cents. Some 55% of people in Spain didn't visit a

18:37

Local

Chinese tourists who prefer to pay by mobile phone get help from Malaga tech firm

NURIA TRIGUERO

For most consumers in Spain it would be inconceivable not to have a bank account. Given that it is essential to receive salary payments, a pension or benefit, not having one would feel like social exclusion. China is different. There, few citizens ... company recognised by the Bank of Spain. This means it can offer almost the same services as a bank, but can aggregate different methods of payment including via mobile phones. "We make it possible for shops to accept cards or mobile payments with ... Alipay or other apps. We aggregate different methods of payment so a business only has to deal with us. That makes it easier for them," says De Mora. Today Momo Group is the principal ally in Spain of Alipay, the biggest mobile payment platform in the

09:43

National

Spain keeps a close eye on the UK General Election results

Jennie Rhodes

As the UK went to the polls on Thursday, not only were Britons living in Spain watching closely, but also Spanish citizens residing in the UK. The UK media claimed the 2019 General Election was "the most important in a generation" and news was ... order to get the pro-Brexit Conservatives out of government. Britons in Spain, many of whom were unable to vote having lived abroad for more than 15 years, were well aware that the outcome of the election will affect how and when Britain leaves the ... EU, and therefore could make a difference to their future rights. Anne Hernandez of the association Brexpats in Spain said on Thursday: "Our futures are dependent on today's vote and our 9,000 members are worried." She added, "Despite being a general

19:14

Opinion

Wishes and resolutions

Rachel Haynes

...damaging effect possible on the thousands of British residents in Spain and other EU countries and on EU citizens in the UK. Prime minister Boris Johnson promised to "get Brexit done" and British voters have given him the chance to do it. The hard part ... comes now though, and will take up the rest of this new 2020, a year of transition that could be anything but smooth. Meanwhile, closer to home, it looks likely now that Spain will have a proper, sworn-in prime minister by next week. This means that ... and Brits in Spain during the Brexit transition negotiations will hopefully have been among them. What we should have wished for on New Year's Eve though is rain. 2019 was the driest calendar year on the Costa del Sol since records began in the

19:04

Opinion

Too close to call?

Mark Nayler

This week, Spain's State Attorney recommended the release from prison of the prominent Catalan politician Oriol Junqueras. Junqueras leads the pro-independence ERC, and in October he was sentenced to 13 years behind bars for his role in organising ... an illegal referendum on Catalan independence in 2017. Coming just ahead of two investiture sessions next week, in which Pedro Sánchez will try to become Spain's next PM, the recommendation suggests there's a close connection between the executive and ... sentences last October, which saw nine leading separatists receive nine to 13 years in prison for their roles in the 2017 referendum.) Could the call for Junqueras' release be a gesture of goodwill from the head of Spain's Prosecution ministry, designed to

14:33

LifeStyle

3 January 1974: Birth of 'housewives' favourite' matador

Tony Bryant

Born on 3 January 1974, Francisco de Asís Rivera Ordóñez - Fran, as he is affectionately known to his fans - is a matador who was born into one of the most distinguished bullfighting families in Spain. Rivera's great-grandfather on his mother's ... his presentation as a 'novillero' (novice fighter of young bulls) in the Maestranza bullring in Ronda in 1991. He was 'confirmed' in Madrid in 1996. He went on to enjoy a relatively successful career, performing in Spain's top bullrings with

14:14

What to do

The Three Kings make their way to Andalucía by camel, boat, float or helicopter

SUR IN ENGLISH / JENNIE RHODES

Cross. The Three Kings were accompanied by 10 pages and behind them came a float in the shape of a giant shoe (it is traditional in Spain to leave a shoe for the Kings to fill). There were fireworks and people watched from balconies as the cavalcade made ... its way slowly through the streets. Nowadays, Three Kings parades are held in nearly every town and village in Spain on 5 January with some interesting variations from place to place. The Kings may arrive by boat or helicopter and make their way