Category Archives: Politics and economics

Difficult not to touch it, especially in Spain

Enough is enough, also in tourism

Like in places all over the world the increase of tourism in Spain doesn’t seem to be unlimited. During the crisis people didn’t mind where the money came from, it just had to come. Now they become a bit pickier: … Continue reading

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Brand Spain, moving upwards

This week I came across an interesting artcile about the value of the brand Spain. Funny enough it is quite the same as the way that I am looking to it (without the figures) having living lived in Spain for … Continue reading

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The way is still up

He may be not the most popular man in Spain but Mariano Rajoy, the Spanish prime minister, can take some credit in the remarkable turnaround of the Spanish economy. Five years ago it appeared that Spain’s economic future looked exceptionally … Continue reading

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A new Via Verde coming?

Spending money before you know you have it, before you know how much things exact cost, before you know if it’s purpose is really useful or it is someone else’s is a quite common hobby by the Spanish authorities. Around … Continue reading

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Brexit? Who you’re gonna call?

I understand that you have read quite a lot about Brexit and its possible impact. But still.Last time I promisse. Over here in Andalusia the sun shines like always, although Spain might be influenced a bit more than other countries … Continue reading

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Brexit, muchas gracias amigos!

In these blog post I tend to stay away from my previous profession, but sometimes a vice from the past calls and I feel the need express my feeling. The Brexit thing and the impact on Spain is such an … Continue reading

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Coalitions talks in Spain:‘comical’ and desperate

As I already predicted in a post last December, the general elections in those days didn’t bring the country much. As we went from 2 to 4 major parties the votes where split in a way that that the politicians, … Continue reading

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