BARCELONA Spain's prime minister and Catalonia's regional leader said their positions on independence remained "very far apart," after restarting talks on Wednesday aimed at improving ties damaged by the northeastern's region failed 2017 separatist bid.
BARCELONA, Sept 7 Spanish delivery app Glovo is
expanding its operations in Africa, its leading region for
growth, and plans to double its existing investment there to 50
million euros ($59.3 million) over the next 12 months, its
ALCANAR, Spain (Reuters) -An intense rain storm on Wednesday wreaked havoc in several parts of Spain, causing severe flooding in some towns, leaving thousands of people without electricity and forcing the closure of some roads and rail links.
BARCELONA By the door to their humble apartment, a Spanish family beset by disabilities keeps a few bags with essential belongings in case the threat of eviction turns real.
MADRID Fans will be allowed in August to attend sports events in Spain, with a 40% maximum occupancy rate in open-air stadiums and 30% in indoor facilities, Spain's health minister said on Wednesday in a relief to clubs keen to recover a key source of income.
BARCELONA When Spain lifted its strict pandemic lockdown in the middle of last year, residents of Barcelona found some of their streets were not as they remembered them.
BARCELONA, July 30 Spain's Fluidra,
the world's largest swimming pool equipment maker, on Friday
raised its guidance after first-half net profit trebled to 174.2
million euros ($206.88 million) as the pandemic fallout
continued to boost demand for pools.
BARCELONA Europe's largest mobile phone tower operator Cellnex reported a wider first-half net loss of 67 million euros ($79.15 million) on Thursday but raised its full-year revenue and core earnings outlook as it consolidates recent acquisitions.
BARCELONA, July 26 Spanish drugmaker Almirall
reported an unexpected first-half loss on Monday after
it had written down the value of its anti-acne drug Seysara,
sending its shares down as much as 9% despite an improved
MADRID Spaniards who took one of the biggest hits from COVID-19 at the start of the pandemic are now among some of the keenest when it comes to getting vaccines, figures show.