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14:38

Opinion

One thing is certain

Mark Nayler

unemployment and debt levels were bad enough in the first place, but the latest don't see Spain returning to economic "normality" before 2023. Even if that happens, it will be a return to a state of affairs that was already in need of substantial improvement, ... especially where unemployment rates were concerned. To arrive at its latest forecasts, the Bank imagined two different scenarios playing out. In Scenario One (which is already happening), localised outbreaks would lead to regional, minimal restrictions of

17:16

Opinion

It's all relative

Mark Nayler

unemployment rate. In its worst case scenario, the Bank of Spain envisages public debt rising to 119% of GDP this year, possibly reducing (in its most optimistic projection) to 112% next year. The Bank's gloomiest forecast for unemployment sees it hitting a ... two other key economic indicators were already in the red: public debt hovered at just under 100% of GDP and at 14%, unemployment remained the second highest in the EU after Greece. These two statistics were cause for concern long before C19 came ... course, if Pedro Sánchez's Socialist government can ensure that, despite the pandemic, public debt and unemployment don't deviate too much from their current levels (to use a somewhat imprecise benchmark), that would be an achievement in itself; but it

17:55

National

Extra payout planned for when jobless benefits have run out

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

People who have run out of entitlement to unemployment payments during the Covid-19 economic crisis will get a special payout of 430 euros a month for three months, the government has said. Ministers hope to reach agreement with unions and business

14:54

National

Unemployment rises in September as summer ends

NURIA TRIGUERO

September saw a predictable rise in unemployment in Malaga province and the Costa del Sol as the peak summer tourist season ended. Official data released on Tuesday shows that there were 2,780 more unemployed in the area, an increase of two per ... unemployment or social security offices. The recent decline in the number of unemployed appears to be ending, with the fresh data supporting the trend seen in August of a slowdown in job creation. Service industries were chiefly to blame for the rise in

19:11

Local

Unemployment rose by 7,900 in Malaga province in the first three months of this year

JUAN SOTO

The first quarter of this year brought bad news for employment in the province. According to figures from the EPA (active population survey), 7,900 more people registered as unemployed between 1 January and 31 March, and the unemployment rate rose ... for work, compared with 129,000 at the end of last year. The number of people with jobs was also lower, by 3,000. The rise in unemployment was partly due to the increase in the active population (+4,800) and the drop in people in work (-3,000). The ... per cent, behind only Extremadura and the Basque Country. It is also one of the regions where employment rose in the past year, ahead of Catalonia and Madrid. The Malaga business confederation said it is normal for unemployment to rise in the first

11:38

National

Unemployment rate in Spain at the end of 2018 was 14.45%

SUR

Spain closed 2018 with an unemployment rate of 14.45 per cent, according to government data published this week. The data is from the EPA active- population survey, published every three months and seen as more reliable than the monthly social ... employment and make people more employable" . In Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, unemployment is now at 16.56 per cent.

20:08

Travel

Venice - rising above the tide of mass tourism?

Andrew Forbes

Meanwhile the day-trippers support a diverse restaurant scene and a myriad boutiques and gift shops. Their absence is causing closures, and significant unemployment. So how does Venice find the right balance? Slow tourism Monica Cesarato is a well-known

17:09

LifeStyle

11 January 1933: The savage massacre in Casas Viejas

Tony Bryant

...many inhabitants faced year-round unemployment and near starvation. The Spanish journalist, Ramón J. Sender, claimed the poor were "maddened with hunger like stray dogs". One of the provinces where the worst riots took place was Cadiz, so the