The other side of the Portuguese miracle

However, caution should be exercised because the recovery and smooth running of the Portuguese economy are due in large part to external factors that are difficult to control. Portugal is fashionable among the destinations of the world. This industry grew 10% last year and already contributes 7.1% to GDP. As…

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The consequences of the rise of oil

The worst could come later, as Spanish banks are still highly vulnerable and debt remains high, especially in the public sector. If the worst expectations are met and high oil prices, global economic slowdown and rising rates are joined, the recession will be assured. Unless the ECB takes quick action,…

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35 professors launch an unprecedented attack against the Treasury

The document says, among other things, that the tax administration “does not contemplate taxpayers as citizens but as subjects”. Moreover, according to the so-called ‘Granada Declaration’, in Spain not only the presumption of innocence for tax purposes is not guaranteed, but it is the State itself that favors tax inequality.

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Lottery prizes of less than 10,000 euros will not pay taxes

The PP, Citizens, PNV and UPN have agreed to raise the minimum exempt Lottery awards to 10,000 euros in the draft Budget of 2018, and set a rise in this exempt minimum for the coming years. As reported by sources of Citizens, the agreement is derived from an amendment registered…

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To which countries do you buy more oil Spain?

Donald Trump’s breakdown of the historic nuclear deal that the US signed with Iran in 2015 and his decision to re-impose sanctions on one of the main oil producers in the Middle East is shaking oil prices, pushing the Brent barrel to new highs , on the verge of the…

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To which countries do you buy more oil Spain?

Donald Trump’s breakdown of the historic nuclear deal that the US signed with Iran in 2015 and his decision to re-impose sanctions on one of the main oil producers in the Middle East is shaking oil prices, pushing the Brent barrel to new highs , on the verge of the…

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The end of cheap oil puts the Spanish economy in check

The US decision to abandon the nuclear agreement with Iran and to re-impose sanctions on Tehran announced yesterday by Donald Trump will shake oil prices – especially Brent -, embarrassing a handful of European economies, including the Spanish one, country with a marked energy dependence. For once, Trump met forecasts…

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The country that lived on the shit (and very well)

Nauru has lived for a century of the sale of phosphates and guano, that is, bat droppings, becoming one of the countries with the highest per capita income in the world. However, resources are spent and the nation is experiencing one of the greatest crises in its history.

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