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Economics

Japan OKs bill to make crucial economic security info classified

Japan's Cabinet on Tuesday approved a bill to establish a "security clearance" system that marks important government information related to economic matters as classified to prevent critical data from being leaked to...

Joma avoids the spotlight after the prominence of Pedro Sánchez’s anorak in Davos

The Joma anorak with which the Spanish president, Pedro Sánchez, protected himself from the cold at the Alpine summit in Davos, has given visibility to one of the Spanish sports brands with...

Sánchez brings to Davos a message of economic strength in search of new investments

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, travels this Tuesday to Davos to participate for the fifth time in the World Economic Forum held in this Swiss town and to which he...

Labor and unions agree on a 5% increase in the minimum wage to 1,134...

The Ministry of Labor has agreed with the UGT and CCOO unions to increase the interprofessional minimum wage (SMI) by 5%, 54 euros more per month, up to 1,134 euros gross in...

German farmers block highway access roads, stage protests against plan to scrap diesel tax...

Farmers blocked highway access roads in parts of Germany Monday and gathered for demonstrations, launching a week of protests against a government plan to scrap tax breaks on diesel used in agriculture.Chancellor...

The cost of maritime transport triples on some routes due to Houthi attacks

The cost of transporting goods by sea between Asia and Europe has skyrocketed during the last week, tripling on some routes, as attacks by Yemen's Houthi rebels against ships in the Red Sea and...

The January sales arrive to ‘challenge’ the continuous discounts and promotions

The January sales have already reached some businesses and from the 7th, after the Three Kings, they will begin in the large centers, thus linking themselves to the campaigns of constant discounts...

Brazil’s economy improves during President Lula’s first year back, but a political divide remains

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva likes to boast he had a good first year after returning to the job. The economy is improving, Congress passed a long-overdue tax reform bill, rioters who...

Inflation, weak yen hit appetite for holiday spending in Japan

Japan's high inflation and weak yen have discouraged spending by individuals and households during the year-end and New Year holidays, according to a private sector survey. The average budget...

Vice President Montero estimates the cost of the latest package of anti-inflation measures at...

The first vice president of the Government and Minister of Finance , María Jesús Montero, has estimated the cost of the latest package of measures to combat inflation at around 5.35 billion euros,...