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The government expects Spain’s economy to grow 2.6 percent in 2018. The deputy prime minister also said that hotel reservations in Catalonia were currently falling 20 percent to 30 percent.
Government 'losing control' - Angry protesters earlier rallied outside Catalan hotels where state security forces were lodged, police groups said on Tuesday. "They are fleeing from hotel to hotel, hiding like rats," said the spokesman for Spain's main.
Barcelona (CNN)Catalonia is prepared to enter into a dialogue on independence from Spain "without preconditions," Catalan President Carles Puigdemont told CNN on Wednesday, as the Madrid government ... down 20% in "big hotels" and 40% in tourist apartments.
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Spain’s renowned sparkling wine, joined on Monday an exodus of businesses that are moving headquarters out of the northeastern Catalan region following instability caused by its government’s bid to declare independence from the rest of the country.
Spain saw a surge in Russian tourists visiting.“In the past five or six years it was like the Russians suddenly landed,” said Federico Alvargonzalez, sales director of La Gavina, a luxury hotel on Catalonia’s Costa Brava coast.“The Russians are a.
Catalonia's leader faced mounting pressure Friday from all sides, with hard-liners in the separatist movement demanding he definitively declare independence from Spain. Spain's government and ... 10% from a year ago. The Hotel Guild of Barcelona blamed.
the head of the regional government, Alberto Nunez Feijoo, said. The flames were being fanned by wind gusts of up to 90 kilometres (55 miles) per hour whipped as Hurricane Ophelia moved north off the coast of Spain towards Ireland, he told private.
The city of around 300,000 residents has opened up two sports centres and booked rooms in three hotels for people who had to evacuate their homes. At least 10 schools cancelled classes on Monday in Vigo because of the flames, local officials said.