Spain’s GDP growth accelerated to 1 percent in the second quarter, making it one of the fastest growing countries in the eurozone following the published by the European Union’s statistic office on Friday. GDP grew by just 0.3 percent across the 19 country euro area – slightly less than expected – and yet Spain recorded the … Continue reading Spanish Economic Growth Beats Forecasts
España se encuentra como octavo país con mas funcionarios de la Union Europea. Su clasificación por comunidades, por sexos, por administraciones, y comparativa con 25 países europeos se presenta con el siguiente infographic: La polémica intercultural de hoy es saber, si lo correcto es tomar medidas a favor del trabajo de la administración o en … Continue reading El Empleado Público en España y Europa
Spain is not only a good destination for investment and enterprise creation. Today is probably one of the best options in the European Union. There are many elements that justify this reality, in this case we will review some of the reasons to invest in Spain. 1 - It's time to invest in Spain The beginning of economic growth … Continue reading Is 2017 the Year to Invest in Spain?
Spain is located on the southwestern shore of Europe just north of Africa, and it is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the western side and the Mediterranean on the southern side. France and the Pyrenees mountains are northeast of Spain, while Portugal takes up a portion of the western edge of the country. The … Continue reading Spain, Facts & Statistics
BY VIVIENMAGYAR Photo via getmobility.deBosch Mobility SolutionsBosch is widely known for their refrigerators and washing machines, however, home electronics form only a fraction of the Bosch Group’s business. They also deal with something called Mobility Solutions, which encompasses a wide range of services in the areas of vehicle technology and software solutions. Not many people … Continue reading Bosch Is Launching an Electric Scooter Sharing Service in Barcelona
Spain and the United States are two of the many countries considered part of the “west.” Western countries are generally grouped together because many of their values are derived from the same sources and cultures. On the other hand, Spain and the United States still have cultural differences along Hofstede’s dimensions, particularly in power distance, … Continue reading Brian Gotlund: Dinner Time Is Not Our Only Difference From Spain