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Spain is Feeling the Impacts of the ...

Spain is Feeling the Impacts of the ...

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 · Spain's Changing Climate. Like so many places around the world, Spain is getting warmer and drier because of the climate crisis. The Mediterranean region of Spain has already warmed about degrees Celsius – more than the global average of degrees Celsius – since the Industrial Revolution. And according to a recent report from Mediterranean Experts on .

FACT SHEET: Spain Relations |

FACT SHEET: Spain Relations |

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 · Spain's accession to the European Union (EU) required the country to open its economy to trade and investment, modernize its industrial base, improve infrastructure, and revise economic legislation to conform to EU guidelines. Spain and the United States have a friendship, navigation, and commerce treaty and a bilateral taxation treaty. Spain is also the ninth largest and one of the fastest ...

African migrants stuck in Spain's enclaves | New ...

African migrants stuck in Spain's enclaves | New ...

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 · Instead, he's in Melilla, a Spanish enclave on the African continent, squeezed between Morocco and the Mediterranean. Legally, all asylumseekers in Spain have the right to unrestricted travel, but the law is unevenly applied in Melilla and Ceuta, Spanish outposts on the North African coast. Many migrants here exist at the neglected periphery ...

Research: Exceptional in Europe? Spain's Experienc ...

Research: Exceptional in Europe? Spain's Experienc ...

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RESEARCH: This report examines why Spain, one of the countries hit hardest by the economic crisis with some of Europe's highest levels of unemployment, has not seen a wave of antiimmigrant sentiment. The report describes how the government and general populace have responded to immigration before and after the onset of the economic crisis, and highlights possible reasons for Spain's ...

Climate change a threat to tourism in Spain | DW

Climate change a threat to tourism in Spain | DW

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 · Climate change is hitting Spain harder than most other European nations. Drinking water is scarce and beaches are receding. There's a danger that tourism in the country will suffer a major setback ...

Spain faces a demographic problem as its birth rate ...

Spain faces a demographic problem as its birth rate ...

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 · Antonio Roldan from the Center for Economic Policy and Political Economy at the Esade Business School in Madrid said if these numbers are not reversed, it could have a serious impact on Spain's demographics and economy. "For every pensioner now you have four workers. By 2050, there will be one worker for every pensioner.

Immigration to Spain

Immigration to Spain

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Immigration to Spain increased significantly in the beginning of the 21st century. In 1998, immigrants accounted for % of the population, and by 2009, that number had jumped to above 12% — one of the highest in Europe at the time. [citation needed] Until 2014, the numbers were decreasing due to the economic crisis, but since then, immigration to Spain has increased again since 2015. As of ...

Graduate migration in Spain: the impact of the great ...

Graduate migration in Spain: the impact of the great ...

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examination of the impact of the Great Recession in Spain on the international migration of graduates. To this end, we analyse two datasets with available information for university graduates. First, we take advantage of the recent publiion of the IAB braindrain data. We examine aggregate trends of the stock of Spanish migrants at 20 OECD destination countries .

Ecotax impacts German routes as Spain's summer markets ...

Ecotax impacts German routes as Spain's summer markets ...

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 · Spain's biggest airline: Iberia was still (just about) ... 'Ecotax' has measurable impact on German market. When analysed by country market all of Spain's top 10 international markets saw growth of at least 7% in May, with one notable exception. The second biggest country market, Germany, witnessed a 1% decline in passenger numbers. At the beginning of the year the German government ...

The impact of host language proficiency on employment ...

The impact of host language proficiency on employment ...

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Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper presents estimates of the impact of host language proficiency on the probability of immigrants having an employment. The article uses data from the Spanish National Immigrant Survey and relies on two complementary econometric approaches, a 2SLS instrumental variable model and a bivariate probit model.

Morocco tackles painful role in Spain's past | Reuters

Morocco tackles painful role in Spain's past | Reuters

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 · Moorish sultans ruled in Spain for almost 800 years until Granada's fall in 1492, an occupation that engendered a fear and suspicion of the "moro" .

Tourism accounts for 16% of Spain's Gross Domestic Product ...

Tourism accounts for 16% of Spain's Gross Domestic Product ...

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 · Tourism is a vital sector in Spain's economy, based both on size and buoyancy, as well as its ability to impact other economic activities. Just how dynamic the tourism sector has been is made evident by the pace of growth in the last few decades, outstripping the expansion of the global economy as a whole. Furthermore, longterm prospects are equally upbeat. Tourism, both foreign and ...

The crisis and recovery of Spain's labour market ...

The crisis and recovery of Spain's labour market ...

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Second, Spain's universities deliver more graduates then Spain's labour market is in need of. Compared to European peers the share of highskilled labour in Spain is rather low. At the same time, though, the quality of eduion in Spain is rather weak, with especially weak voional training. As a result, skills related to a certain qualifiion in Spain are lower than in most other ...

COVID19: What went wrong in Italy and Spain?

COVID19: What went wrong in Italy and Spain?

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 · Spain, despite the added advantage of seeing what was happening in Italy, also failed to recognize the exponential spread in the critical early weeks of the virus's introduction into the country ...

Impact of UK and Spain's Gilbratar Agreement on Gambling ...

Impact of UK and Spain's Gilbratar Agreement on Gambling ...

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Impact of UK and Spain's Gibraltar Agreement on Gambling Industry After an everrising and almost neverending uncertainty, the UK finally left the EU. Many uncertainties remain, and more will likely arise during the next few months. However, for most EU gamblers, Gibraltar is an issue of much concern. Gibraltar is an attractive business zone for many reasons.

Spain urges EU to act on soaring energy prices | Financial ...

Spain urges EU to act on soaring energy prices | Financial ...

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Spain's Socialistled government, which has already temporarily cut VAT on energy in an attempt to limit the impact of price rises, this week backed draft legislation to take hundreds of ...

How Spain's vaccination rate has overtaken the and ...

How Spain's vaccination rate has overtaken the and ...

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 · In November, Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez made a promise before the start of his country's vaccination campaign. "Spain will have threequarters of its adult population vaccinated by the end of the summer," he said. The fact that Spain has now caught up with or overtaken both the UK and the in terms of the population fully immunized reflects the fact .

The KAP Survey Model (Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices ...

The KAP Survey Model (Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices ...

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Uses: A KAP survey can: Measure the extent of a known situation; confirm or disprove a hypothesis; provide new tangents of a situation's reality. Enhance the knowledge, attitude, and practices of specific themes; identify what is known and done about various healthrelated subjects. Establish the baseline (reference value) for use in future ...

In the shadow of Franco's legacy, Spain faces its fascist ...

In the shadow of Franco's legacy, Spain faces its fascist ...

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 · This week, Spain's streets and national monuments went silent in the wake of a nationwide lockdown to fight the spread of COVID19.. But the question of former Gen. Fransisco Franco's legacy ...

Spain and the euro

Spain and the euro

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Spain's membership of EMU: lessons for 2009 ..... 27 Luis Ángel Rojo, Former Governor of the ... within EMU, the impact of the euro on financial markets, and the economic policies needed to augment the benefits of monetary integration, in all cases paying particular attention to the changing macroeconomic scenario in the wake of the global crisis. At each of the four sessions there were ...

Bank of Spain Sees Economy Shrinking as Much as 15% in ...

Bank of Spain Sees Economy Shrinking as Much as 15% in ...

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 · Spain's economy could shrink this year by as much as 15% in a worstcase scenario, according to the country's central bank, a contraction that would be among the steepest in the euro area.