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New building started and finished in Spain (chart)

Posted on January 4th, 2015 by joan and tagged , .
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Trentra años de vivienda en España

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New building finished in Spain stats

Posted on March 5th, 2013 by binissaida and tagged , , .
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Briefs about Spanish economy

Posted on May 16th, 2012 by binissaida and tagged .
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Here you are some data (and 5 graphics) to understand why markets are councerned about Spanish economy and why external funds are required:

http://www.libremercado.com/2012-05-06/cinco-graficos-avanzan-que-lo-peor-esta-por-llegar-1276457621/

House market prices in Spain still falling down...

Posted on September 9th, 2011 by binissaida and tagged , .
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Is unemploiment really decreasing in Spain?

Posted on July 31st, 2011 by joan and tagged , , .
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In Juan Carlos Barba blog you can find a post where information that shows spanish goverment reports about an unemploiment decrement is not real.

The main graphic, between more others, is this:

Gràfic de l'atur i l'ocupació a Espanya des de fa unes dècades

But, don't worry, you can see other shocking news, like the incresing of public workers while private workers are loosing their emploi and while public administration is getting near insolvence... Spain, a endless fiesta? Don't think so ;-)

Ocupació sector públic i privat a Espanya

Regional public debt evolution in Spain

Posted on October 27th, 2010 by joan and tagged , , .
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Related to the article "Catalunya a la merda", here you are public debt of spanish regional goverments... Catalonia is one of the worst...

Public money restrictions hitting public science research

Posted on October 15th, 2010 by joan and tagged , , , .
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Readed at Barrapunto.com

El País publish a report of the tragedy for science research in Spain: researchers have no more options than leave the country, because here public founds are even lower then normally (R+D in Spain is about 1% of PIB, while in USA or Germany is over 2%).

The public spanish goverment agency for research, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), is reducing external personal demand about 20%, and is only replacing 3 of 10 titular jobs.

 

Efficiency myth in Partido Popular economical management : cities debt

Posted on September 10th, 2010 by joan and tagged , , , , , .
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Go ahead with data from biggest 11 spanish cities.

 

Spanish Biggest Cities Debt
  Debt
People Debt/citizen City goverment years (2000-09)
Madrid
6.776.856.000€ 3.255.944 2.081€ PP: 10
Málaga 719.792.000€ 568.305 1.267€ PP: 10
Zaragoza 751.913.000€ 674.317 1.115€

PSOE: 7, PP: 3

Valencia 834.271.000€ 814.208 1.025€ PP: 10
Sevilla 552.167.000€ 703.206 743€ PSOE: 10
Murcia 258.597.000€ 436.870 592€ PP: 10
Barcelona 753.000.000€ 1.621.537 464€ PSC: 10
Alicante 152.974.000€ 334.757 457€ PP: 10
Palma de Mallorca 179.366.000€ 401.270 447€/h PP: 7, PSOE: 3
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 115.434.000€ 381.847 302€/h PP: 7, PSOE: 3
Bilbao 3.945.000€ 354.860 11€/h PNV: 10

Our banking burble is growing up!

Posted on July 28th, 2010 by joan and tagged , , , , .
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From the last post by JCb:

  • Past high pressures to Spanish debt are now decreasing. Why?
  • European bankinf system last data published for BCE show that Spanish banks have rise up its debt from 85.618.000.000€ to 126.300.000.000€: a record!
  • Spanish banks weigth rise up 25.4% of the european total. 18 months ago wasl 9.8%. Was BCE getting a european bad bank? Not very good news...

http://www.bde.es/webbde/es/estadis/infoest/e0801.pdf


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