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Tag Results for "Spain Economic News"

Over a Thousand Iberia Flights Cancelled as Labor Strike Looms Closer

Spanish airline carrier Iberia has canceled 1,300 flights as the planned labor strikes loom closer. The strikes called for from March 4-8 and 18-22 are a result of layoffs and restructuring. continue reading »

Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy in Germany for 24th German-Spanish Summit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday welcomed Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to Berlin, where the two leaders are presiding over the 24th German-Spanish bilateral summit. continue reading »

Spain’s King Juan Carlos Urges Brazil to Invest in Spain

Boasting "one of the most open economies in the world," Spain is an ideal place for Brazilian firms to invest, King Juan Carlos said here Monday as he hosted a luncheon for Brazil's president continue reading »

Spaniards Protest Across 50 Cities Against Social Program Cutbacks

Thousands of people took to the streets in more than 50 Spanish cities on Sunday on the urging of the Cumbre Social, which groups more than 150 organization, among them the country's main unions, the CCO and UGT, continue reading »

Spain Seeks Bailout that Could Hit $125 Billion

Spain has now become the latest and largest country seeking a European bailout that could hit the $125 billion mark. continue reading »

With Unemployment in Spain at 24%, Grandma Gets Evicted and Chains Herself to Bank

A 76-year-old grandmother who lost her home to debt chained herself to the gate of Spain's central bank here Monday and asked Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to address the "injustices" affecting many people in the Iberian nation. Angeles Belmonte was evicted five months ago from her home in the southern town of Nijar when her son fell behind on a loan she co-signed. continue reading »