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Moncloa proposes a universal income for raising minor children in ‘Spain 2050’
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Moncloa proposes a universal income for raising minor children in ‘Spain 2050’

The reduction of poverty and inequality is one of the main objectives of the Spain 2050 strategy proposed by the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez. It exposes the need to create "a new allowance for raising children under 18 years of ageIn this way, social benefits will be expanded and adapted to the new labor and demographic realities of the country. The document, of more than 250 pages, states that this new universal income for families with minor children must "target families who are at risk of poverty but do not meet the requirements to access the IMVNow, in a second stage it should be extended to the entire population. It is not the only new feature included in the document. The experts who have collaborated with the Moncloa National Prospective Office ...
Yukonda Esparragoza, CEO of Lavandería Romeral: “For the company, Ana Botín’s visit was a blessing”
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Yukonda Esparragoza, CEO of Lavandería Romeral: “For the company, Ana Botín’s visit was a blessing”

Related news The President of Santander, Ana Botín, was the one who told in the forum 'Wake Up !, Spain' the story of Yukonda Esparragoza, owner of Lavandería Romeral, an SME dedicated to cleaning clothes in hotels and tourist apartments with 33 employees who asked for help in the middle of Covid. A story that its protagonist has recalled in an interview in the Economic Forum 'Canarias after Covid-19', which is held between May 17 and 18 and organized by EL ESPAÑOL, Invertia and Diario de Avisos. The company lost 80% of its revenue and this made it unable to continue meeting its treasury needs with more debt. To deal with this problem, Yukonda contacted Ana Botín on LinkedIn, told her her story and asked for her help. They went to see it, did a feasibility study a...
“The Canary Islands need a more drastic V-shaped recovery than the rest of Spain”, by Pedro J. Ramírez
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“The Canary Islands need a more drastic V-shaped recovery than the rest of Spain”, by Pedro J. Ramírez

Good morning everyone, both those present and those dozens of thousands of people who already follow this act for streaming through the websites of Notices Diary, EL ESPAÑOL and Invertia. A month ago we organized Wake Up, Spain! The Spanish Davos. It was a call to action, a meeting platform, an area of ​​truce at the service of that action aimed at rebuilding the economy. It was a breath of optimism for a society in need of positive impulses and vibrations as never before. Two levers made that spirit possible. On the one hand, vaccination is the result of the alliance between science, industry and politics. A triumph in record time for our civilization. On the other, the European Funds Next Generation because the flag of the Seventh Cavalry that comes to the rescue i...
The Canary Islands will bet this summer on peninsular tourism after the increase of 14% last year
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The Canary Islands will bet this summer on peninsular tourism after the increase of 14% last year

Related news Unless circumstances change in the main emitting countries of the Canary Islands, the archipelago will focus all its efforts on attracting peninsular tourism -which last year increased by 14% -, regional tourism and some international tourism, as indicated Yaiza Castilla Herrera, the Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce of the Government of the Canary Islands. This has been stated in the Economic Forum 'Canarias after Covid-19', which is held between May 17 and 18 and organized by EL ESPAÑOL, Invertia and Diario de Avisos. During his speech through a video interview, he stressed the importance of vaccination to achieve herd immunity "Because it will be very well seen by issuing countries." “We are working with our sending countries and others tha...
Reyes Maroto, in the forum ‘Canarias after Covid’: “The priority of the Canary Islands is to reactivate tourism to recover its economy”
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Reyes Maroto, in the forum ‘Canarias after Covid’: “The priority of the Canary Islands is to reactivate tourism to recover its economy”

Related news The Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, has been very optimistic about the forecast of tourist arrivals in summer and has stressed that the priority in the Canary Islands "is to reactivate tourism to recover its economy and tackle a process of modernization of the business fabric ”. This has been stated in the Economic Forum 'Canary Islands after Covid-19', held between May 17 and 18 and organized by EL ESPAÑOL, Invertia and Diario de Avisos. During his speech, he pointed out that he sees "the future of the Canary Islands with hope" for two reasons: the resistance of the productive fabric and an aid plan that has exceeded 20% of GDP; in addition to the good progress of the vaccination process. In addition, the positive news for the ...
Cristian Campos: "Isabel Díaz Ayuso has managed to transcend her own acronyms"
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Cristian Campos: "Isabel Díaz Ayuso has managed to transcend her own acronyms"

The journalist and opinion head of EL ESPAÑOL, Cristian Campos, held an interview this Wednesday with the newspaper's subscribers. In it, he has analyzed the Madrid elections, the horizon of expectations of the Government of Isabel Diaz Ayuso and the impulse it gives to his party at the national level, as well as the derivatives associated with the danger of the disappearance of Ciudadanos. What influence will Vox have in the Community of Madrid? Has Ayuso's victory been an endorsement of his management? What is the new direction for Pablo Iglesias? Does high turnout always hurt the right? In this regard, Cristian Campos recalls that they have not been "elections centered on the left-right axis" because "Ayuso is natural, spontaneous and has known how to connect with ...
The 14 best titles you should buy (and read) on Book Day according to El Español
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The 14 best titles you should buy (and read) on Book Day according to El Español

'Miss Marte' (Alfaguara), the new novel by Manuel Jabois, is sensitive material: one of those fragile, cared for and perfect pieces that one is afraid to touch in case the spell wears off. One of those books that you want to talk about - you want to speak furiously, you want to comment on it in full - but bites your tongue because it has the detail of leaving it to others to discover its literary and narrative wave alone. One would like to see their surprised faces, the reaction to small turns, as when we observe a beloved face in the cinema. This book has that in common with life: the best can never be counted on. The book is set in an invented corner of the Costa da Morte, in Galicia, and begins twenty-five years after a tragic event that removed the entire to...