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The Xunta charges against the Government for taking the battery factory to Catalonia

The counselor of Economy and Industry, Francisco Conde, has charged Pedro Sánchez, whom he has accused of changing "the rules of the game" after the creation of a battery factory in Martorell (Barcelona) was announced. It will be the first battery factory in Spain...

María Jesús Montero accuses Madrid of unleashing “capital flight” in other communities due to its “fiscal dumping”

The Minister of Finance, Maria Jesus Montero, has hardened his speech against what he calls the "fiscal dumping" of the Community of Madrid. In an intervention in the Congress of Deputies, Montero has accused the regional government of Isabel Diaz Ayuso to unleash "capital...

Judicial blow to the Government by preventing the expansion of cava in other Autonomous Communities in favor of Catalonia

Judicial blow to the Government of Pedro Sanchez, which in its first months in Moncloa ceded the powers of regulation of cava plantations throughout Spain to the Regulatory Council of the Denomination of Origin (in the hands of the Catalan industry), in a decision...

The Balearic Islands were the most expensive national destination in summer and the fourth least visited by Spanish travelers

The reopening of the borders in summer had very moderate effects in the Balearic Islands compared to the rest of the autonomous communities. The archipelago came out the third quarter of the year being the fourth community by the tail in the percentage of...

The Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Madrid and Catalonia, the autonomous regions most affected by the crisis, with GDP falls of over 13%

The Savings Banks Foundation (Funcas) foresees that the island regions of Balearic and Canary Islands, the Community of Madrid and Catalonia be the autonomies with biggest drop in GDP in 2020, thus becoming the most affected by the economic crisis derived from the coronavirus...

Six regional governments have already decided to freeze their salaries, contrary to the rise of the central Executive

The autonomous governments of Andalusia, Aragón, the Balearic Islands, Cantabria, the Canary Islands and Madrid have already communicated that the salaries for 2021 of the senior positions of their Executives will not experience any change with respect to those of 2020, in contrast to...