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Spain: The ruin of Social Security: its debt will amount to 9,700 euros per pensioner

In the mid-1990s, the Social Security system was going through a serious crisis. From the PSOE government that Felipe González presided over, Spaniards were invited to save on private pension plans as a precaution against such drift. It should not be forgotten that between 1982 and 1996 hardly any employment was created in net terms, […]
Jun 2 20
Spain: The ruin of Social Security: its debt will amount to 9,700 euros per pensioner
Spain: The ruin of Social Security: its debt will amount to 9,700 euros per pensioner In the mid-1990s, the Social Security system was going through a serious crisis. From the PSOE government that Felipe González presided over, Spaniards were invited to save on private pension plans as a precaution against such drift. It should not be forgotten that between 1982 and 1996 hardly any employment was created in net terms, […]
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Jun 2 20
H&M closes stores in the US out of solidarity with demonstrators
H&M closes stores in the US out of solidarity with demonstrators H&M temporarily shuts down nearly a hundred of its stores in the United States because of the violent protests in the country. The clothing chain says it does so out of solidarity with the demonstrators. H&M says he is “heartbroken” and “devastated” by the death of black detainee George Floyd and subsequent events. The chain […]
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Jun 1 20
Racial riots in the US weighs on the country’s economic revival
Racial riot in the US weighs on the country's economic revival The racial riot in multiple cities in the United States after the death of the African American George Floyd, at the hands of the Minneapolis, Minnesota Police, adds an important social factor to the complicated economic reactivation that the country is facing as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic. . US President Donald Trump again […]
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May 31 20
Five questions about (yes, again) an important Brexit week
Five questions about (yes, again) an important Brexit week Despite the British saying goodbye to the European Union in January, Brexit is still going on. In fact, this week is yet another crucial moment in the process. Five questions about another important week in this lengthy headache file. Brexit, isn’t it over yet? No definitely not! The United Kingdom may not officially be part […]
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May 28 20
The automotive industry in Europe will collapse more than 30% in 2020
The automotive industry in Europe will collapse more than 30% in 2020 The sector will record the worst evolution since 1999, according to a study by Euler Hermes. Germany, United Kingdom, France, Spain and Italy, which represent 75% of the European Union car market, the decrease in April reached 84%, compared to the 42% global drop. Europe’s automobile industry is down more than 30% so far in […]
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May 27 20
Brussels wants a recovery fund of 750 billion, the majority of which consists of donations
Brussels wants a recovery fund of 750 billion, the majority of which consists of donations The European Commission wants to allocate € 750 billion to combat the economic consequences of the corona crisis, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced on a press conference on Wednesday. The package must pull the European economy out of the doldrums again, as the block is heading into a deep recession. Two-thirds (500 billion […]
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