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The Valencian Government urges Catalonia to renounce its monopoly to end the cava war

The so-called cava war in Spain has recently added a new chapter with the ruling of the Supreme court that gives the reason to the Junta de Extremadura in its battle against the Ministry of Agriculture for benefiting, in practice, the Catalan cava sector...

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 Covid pandemic will freeze wages and increase the pay gap between managers and employees in Spain

The economic crisis caused by the coronavirus draws a horizon of stagnation in salary increases in Spain and a greater distance in remuneration between managers and employees base. The pandemic also opens the door to a dual economy, with an extreme impact on some sectors...

The restaurant asks that all sectors close at six in the afternoon “so that there is no discrimination”

Restauración-CAEB has today denounced the "discrimination" that it feels its sector is subjected to and, in order to avoid comparative grievances with other sectors, has called for a general cessation of all activity from six o'clock, as is the case with restoration. On the...

Unicaja and Liberbank approve their merger and create the fifth largest bank in Spain: “It will be necessary to adopt labor measures”

The fifth bank of Spain takes shape. The boards of directors of Unicaja Banco and Liberbank gave the green light to the merger of these entities, which will form a single bank with a volume of assets of around 110,000 million euros. During the afternoon,...

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...