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43 resultados para 'stability'

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17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

...derogation" of labour market reforms made by Mariano Rajoy's Conservative administration in 2012. Generally speaking, these handed more freedom and power to companies, but at the cost of workers' rights and stability. As soon as they took power, the Socialists

17:29

Local

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

nuria triguero

...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

13:44

National

Court bans Catalan president from public office for 18 months

SUR

Quim Torra, the separatist president of Catalonia's regional government, has his days in charge numbered. On Thursday, a court in Barcelona handed Torra a year-and-a-half ban from public office for disobeying the Spanish electoral commission's order

19:12

Sport

A bastion of stability

Rob Palmer

Longest serving manager, purpose-built stadium, crazed fans and a loyal squad of players, Atlético Madrid must now be regarded as the model for all football clubs to follow. Diego Simeone has delivered his sixth major title in seven seasons and th

13:45

Local

Marbella to update street-market bylaws to bring more stability

N. CASTRO.

Stallholders at the four weekly street markets in Marbella municipality are to benefit from new local bylaws being proposed. Councillors want to increase levels of investment and the markets' attractiveness to residents and tourists by extending t

16:27

Opinion

Marshalling the forces

Mark Nayler

Tuesday yielded broad agreement that aid should be provided to badly hit countries such as Spain and Italy, perhaps in the form of allowing them to borrow up to 2% of their GDP from the European Stability Mechanism. Issues concerning repayment aside,