Spain Market Opportunities

Spain Market Opportunities

The year 2020 and the related covid-19 pandemic, which hit the country with all its force (million infected), will have far-reaching economic consequences. Spain operated in a state of emergency mode for over three months, which affected almost all sectors. During 2020, the government introduced a number of measures to help both residents and businesses. These support measures and social benefits were very visibly reflected in the level of the…

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Spain Trade and Foreign Investment

Spain Trade

Subchapters: Business Relationships Foreign direct investment FTAs ​​and Treaties Development Cooperation Prospective fields of study (MOP) Business relations Trade relations with the EU The EU market is still a key partner for Spain, to which most exports flow and from which the country imports a large share of goods and services. Spain has traditionally placed great emphasis on the role of the European Union and in the international environment often…

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Geography and Climate in Balearic Islands, Spain

Climate in Balearic Islands, Spain

The most important thing that attracts tourists to the Balearic Islands is the magnificent beaches, which are the most environmentally friendly in Europe, a long swimming season (from May to November). And a huge number of entertainment establishments (cafes, bars, discos, casinos) will make your vacation even more tempting. The summer season on the islands opens in April and closes in October. This is the best time of the year…

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Shopping and Eating in Spain

Shopping and Eating in Spain

Beaches Spanish hotels never own private beaches. This is due to the fact that the coast of sunny Spain is in the public domain, to which it is prohibited by law to restrict access. The country is known for several colorful beach areas: The beaches of Guardamar. In the province of Alicante, in the vicinity of the resort area of Guardamar, there are many elegant beach areas. The golden sandy…

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Spain History – The Return to Democracy

Spain democracy and rights

Franco died on November 20, 1975 and two days later Juan Carlos became king of Spain. The transition to democracy was mainly the work of the government headed by A. Suárez González (1976-1981); in 1981, the king’s refusal to collaborate with the rebels caused a failed coup attempt carried out by soldiers of the civil guard with the support of sectors of the armed forces. With the return to democracy…

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