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Strong explosion in a building in Madrid – 2 dead, 18 injured

LAST UPDATE: 20:54 Two people were killed and at least 18 were injured in a powerful explosion at a four-storey building under renovation in central Madrid on Friday, according to Spanish authorities. Two men working on the building...

The Canary Islands And Madrid Concentrate The Nights In Hotels At The Start Of 2021

The restrictions due to the pandemic, both outside and within our borders, are reducing the occupancy of hotels to a minimum. Overnight stays in this type of establishment fell 86% in February, similar to January, up to 2.3 million nights. Only 16.4% of the...

Taxi Drivers On The Warpath Against The Return Of Uber To Barcelona

The taxi drivers want to prevent Uber's third attempt to consolidate its offer in Barcelona be the one of the charm. Hundreds of vehicles have made this morning a Slow march through the city center against the start of the activity of the American...

Madrid Is Postulated As A Digital Hub And Will Raise Its GDP 8,283 Million Thanks To The New Infrastructures

The investment in digital infrastructures will mean an estimated GDP growth of 8,283 million euros for the Community of Madrid, according to a report published this Thursday by the research consultancy IDG together with the data center company Interxion. The investment already announced in...

The Chamber Of Barcelona Claims That 25% Of Direct Government Aid To Companies And The Self-employed By The COVID Go To Catalonia

The Barcelona Chamber of Commerce ask the government that destined to Cataluña a quarter of direct aid to Business Y autonomous affected by the restrictions decreed to contain the Covid pandemic. The aid plan approved by the Minister council last week is divided into 3.000...

Living In Madrid Costs 15% More Than The Average In Spain

The cost of living in the Madrid's community is 15.7% more expensive than the Spanish average, while doing it in Estremadura it is 13.6% less than the average in Spain. This is indicated by a study carried out by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB),...