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Pro Tips to Make Sure That You are Ready for Your...

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Applying for a job may prove to be a challenging feat. It can even be stressful especially if there is a certain pressure for...

Ibiza quickly becoming a hotspot for iGaming professionals

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More and more young iGaming professionals are relocating to the Spanish island. An ever-increasing number of iGaming companies are offering the chance for their...

4 Cool Ways to Get More People to Shop at the...

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Who doesn’t love to shop to buy something new? The mall is a great place to get all your shopping done, and with friends...

Corvera Airport celebrates first Anniversary

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Corvera Airport, which will celebrate its first anniversary on Wednesday, has managed to exceed its target of one million passengers in 2019 and has...

Fuel prices start the year on a high due to Middle...

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The price of a litre of fuel in Spain has increased in price by at least 2% so far this year due to the...

Industrial orders in Germany suffer a relapse that cools recovery hopes

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New orders from German factories registered a fall last November of 1.3%, compared to the previous month, when they had increased 0.2%, according to...

US Mortgage Debt Hits a Record High of $15.8 Trillion

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The outstanding US mortgage debt which has been growing steadily in recent years hit a record high of $15.8 trillion in Q3 2019. Data...

Costa Blanca Winter Sales get underway

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January 7 it is the traditional starting date for the winter sales, although they were relaxed in 2012. This means that establishments can offer...

LAUNCH OF NEW CITROËN C5 AIRCROSS SUV HYBRID

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WORLD PREMIERE AT THE 2020 BRUSSELS MOTOR SHOW FOR NEW CITROËN C5 AIRCROSS SUV HYBRID, THE Ë-COMFORT CLASS SUV PLUG-IN HYBRID SUV For the...

Police crackdown on illegal broadcasting in bars and restaurants

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Over the festive season hundreds of bars and restaurants across Spain have been targeted by the National Policia, in a bid to crackdown on...

Alicante-Elche airport tops 15 million passengers

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Aena says that it expects the Alicante-Elche terminal to close 2019 having processed in excess of 15 million travellers, 8% more than 2018 with...

Boeing Sack Chief in Wake of 737 MAX Crashes

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Boeing has sacked chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg, in a bid to restore confidence in the airline company. David Calhoun, Boeing's current chairman, will take over...

Picking the best investments for a no-deal Brexit – Is Bitcoin...

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At the time of writing, the British government – and its people – are still no clearer on what is going to happen with...

How To Be A Better Business Leader

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Being the leader of a business is certainly not an easy role, particularly if you do not have much experience in leadership. While it...

New distribution centre for Amazon in Corvera

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Although the company is yet to make an announcement, Amazon is said to be building a large logistics centre in Corvera, adjacent to Murcia...

Turkey 2020 summer tourist tax bill boost for Spain?

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By Andrew Atkinson SPAIN could be set to benefit - after Turkey announced it is to impose a tourist 'tax' on visitors in 2020. British holidaymakers...

China lift jamon import ban after years of lobbying

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China lift ham import ban after years of lobbying by Spain’s Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Ministry. Spain’s ham shoulders and legs will debut at...

North West: How to start a business in the UK economic...

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Manchester has always been an economic hub and an important cog in the UK’s success. However, the landscape of the North West, and in...

Major expansion continues at Pinatar Park

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Over 500 new homes for Pinatar Park As the urban area of San Pedro del Pinatar grows to the southeast the Pinatar Park and...

How Brexit May Impact the Gambling Industry in Gibraltar.

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The ‘Brexit D-day’ is around the corner – 31st October 2019, and the future of the UK gambling industry is still unknown to many....

Declaring Bankruptcy: Its Pros and Cons for Small Business Owners

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Bankruptcy is a debatable term that comes from the Italian word “banca rotta,” ‘banca’ meaning bench and ‘rotta’ meaning broken. During ancient times in...

The Positive Effect Casinos Have On The Economy

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Over the years, a lot of people have shied away from casinos. They believe that they’re terrible for humans and bad for the economy....

5 Things You Must Have Before Asking For A Loan For...

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Few things can give the satisfaction that comes with having your own business. It’s a culmination of all your efforts throughout the years, and...

Things You Need to Know Before Applying a Loan Online

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In today’s world, we all have responsibilities and bills to pay, and sometimes that can get overwhelming when you get unexpected expenses to handle....

How is American First Policy by Trump Affecting the International Trading...

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Currently, President Trump has levied tariffs on Chinese imports. This move has led to concerns in several other countries and international organizations. According to...

Small and Medium-sized Companies can Benefit from Online Printing Services

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According to Helloprint UK, every marketing campaign is incomplete without the help of a reliable printing service. Your products and services are best advertised...

UK Civil Aviation Authority launches full programme to support Thomas Cook...

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Thomas Cook has ceased trading so all holidays are now cancelled Government scheme will guarantee hotel costs for ATOL-protected holidaymakers UK Civil Aviation...

MTN Nigeria shares hit an all time low after adjournment of...

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MTN Nigeria shares dropped on Thursday June 27, 2019 by almost 3%. This came after a court adjourned a case where the government sued...

Shopping Without Buykers Discount Codes Is a Waste of Money

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Online shopping has been slowly replacing the traditional form of shopping for well over a decade now. Most people work long hours and the...

CEV estimates that 80% of firms affected by the rains

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In their attempts to recover normalcy as soon as possible the Orihuela Chamber of Commerce has made itself available to all private companies affected...