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47 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

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,

17:44

Opinion

Government... when?

Mark Nayler

Socialist leader is justified in the three central claims he made on Monday - that his party, the PSOE, can offer stability when it comes to Brexit, the Spanish economy and the Catalonian independence movement. Even in its limited capacity as a minority ... British and Spanish expats, the Decree bolsters Sánchez's claim, made on Monday, that he can offer stability should a no-deal Brexit materialise (to the limited extent that anyone can make that promise). Spain's economy has performed well under Sánchez, ... safe pair of hands when it comes to the economy. It's ironic to see Sánchez positioning himself as the only politician who can offer stability when it comes to Catalonia - i.e. prevent the north-easterly region breaking away from the rest of Spain.

13:09

Opinion

Either or

Mark Nayler

...on Spain’s minimum wage, which the Socialist leader has already increased by a substantial 22% this year. Even if a profligate PSOE-UP coalition materialises and confirms to Dombrovskis’ definition of stability, it’ll have a tough time reducing ... Spain’s structural deficit by 0.65% of GDP (as per the EU ’s most recent stipulation) as well as its public debt. Should Sánchez and Iglesias take the helm of the next Spanish government, the Commission will probably have to settle for stability alone

13:18

Opinion

Reforming the reforms

Mark Nayler

...companies, not to consolidate the stability or rights of employees. They were also backed last October by Spain’s Constitutional Court, which ruled that employers could sack ill workers even if they produced a medical note from their doctor. Rajoy’s 2012

15:25

Opinion

Keeping everyone happy

Mark Nayler

stability of new contracts - is one of the things that should be under discussion when the government consults industry. The much-vaunted "two-million-a-year" figure of which Rajoy was so proud starts to appear less impressive when one remembers that around