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Miquel Iceta Announces That The Government Will Launch A New Public Employment Offer In June

The Government will launch a new Public Job Offer next June, as the Minister of Territorial Policy and Public Function, Miquel Iceta, declared in Congress this Thursday in his appearance on the Commission. "In June the Public Offer of Employment for this year will be...

Ceramics Contribute One Out Of Every 217 Euros Collected By The Tax Agency

The Spanish ceramic sector, whose production is based on more than 90% in the province of Castellón, is crucial for tax collection in Spain. The industry contributes one of every 217 euros collected by the Tax Agency, with a global amount that is close...

PSOE and Podemos approach positions to limit evictions but remain stranded in the rent

The blockade between Government partners continues in relation to rent. PSOE and United We Can continue without finding an agreement on the regulation of prices, the most discordant point at the moment for the members of the coalition, who are negotiating the future Housing...

The Treasury cuts its plans by 10 billion, but the gross debt issuance in 2021 will be the largest in history

The Government has detailed the figures for the issuance of public debt to be carried out in 2021, after this Thursday Nadia CalviÃo, Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and for Digital Transformation, announced the "good news" of a reduction of the planned...

The Government will issue less public debt due to a higher tax collection than expected

Tomorrow the Public Treasury will announce a reduction in the issuance of debt foreseen in the General State Budgets for 2021, as advanced by the Third Vice President of the Government and Minister of Economic Affairs and for Digital Transformation, Nadia Calvio . In an...

Pensions and salaries of civil servants rise 0.9% on January 1, while the SMI remains

Contributory pensions and civil servants' salaries have risen 0.9% since January 1, while the minimum interprofessional salary (SMI) remains at 950 euros for 14 payments until an agreement is reached to revalue it in the framework of social dialogue between unions, employers and the...