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22:13

Opinion

Spending spree

Mark Nayler

This week saw some big numbers being thrown around by the Spanish government. Prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced that his leftist coalition plans public investment of €150 billion throughout 2021 and 2022, a level of spending that heavily ... own case, an economic crisis too. But Sánchez maintains that increased public spending is the best way to bolster the country's fragile economy, which was still recovering from the global recession when the pandemic hit. So, where's that €150 ... Rajoy's conservative Popular Party tackled the fallout from a burst property bubble in 2008 (a situation both similar to and importantly different from the Covid crisis) by slashing rather than increasing public spending. In many ways, that strategy was

13:05

Local

Junta de Andalucía publishes its draft budget for 2021

M. D. TORTOSA / M. STUBER

...coalition of PP- Ciudadanos needs the support of hard-right Vox to win the vote. The planned spending would be an increase of 3.7% on the 2020 budget and include a 450- million-euro reserve fund for unexpected costs linked to the Covid-19 pandemic. The ... regional ministers for Finance and Economic Transformation, Juan Bravo and Rogelio Velasco, presented the spending plans on Wednesday as "thorough", "realistic" and "credible". They added that the aim was to encourage people to spend and companies to ... would be 6.4% more than the 2020 budget, increasing healthcare staff up to 118,000. Spending on health would make up almost 7% of regional GDP. However the PSOE opposition has already said this would be a cut on this year in real terms, as with the

20:41

Travel

Travel is dead! Long live travel!

Andrew Forbes

...de Andalucía this month published bold targets to vaccinate some 500,000 people a week. So, if countries cooperate and allow mobility, then we could see Brits back spending money here in Andalucía from August and September onwards. Flagship reopenings That

16:03

Local

Long-awaited Costa train extension is left out of national budget plan

IGNACIO LILLO

Any hope that the rail extension from Fuengirola to Marbella would be carried out as part of EU Covid-19 spending appeared to be dashed this week. The government has included just 82,930 euros for an ongoing study of the long-hoped-for scheme in ... the Picasso Museum; continued renovation of the older T-2 terminal at the airport; and finishing the junction widening at the A-7/AP-7 Arroyo de la Miel exit. Other items in the national spending plans, which will be debated by MPs in coming weeks,

15:39

Opinion

Time's up

Mark Nayler

Covid will be repaired by spending vast amounts of money, most of which he still hasn't acquired. This approach raises a number of problems, which will hopefully be seized upon by the opposition when the budget is presented to Congreso. The first ... recuperation won't be driven by increased public spending, or at least not primarily - it'll be more dependent on letting the economy function as normal, on people being able to get on with their lives. Foreign minister Arancha Gónzalez can talk all she wants