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The crisis begins to lag behind. Ricardo Martínez Rico

Canarias 7

Thursday 14th of November 2013

In a speech at the ADP debate in the Canary Islands, Ricardo Martínez Rico upholds that the recession appears to be behind us and the latest indicators point to a turnaround in the Spanish economy.

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More than just a transatlantic agreement. José María Romero

Expansión

Wednesday 7th of August 2013

José María Romero explains that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is a strategic bet, which seeks to establish a wider association between the U.S. and the EU, mainly in the regulatory area

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Temporary Employment Agencies believe that they might reduce the unemployment of 400.000 persons

ABC

Friday 14th of June 2013

Equipo Economico has produced a report, together with Asempleo, in which shows that greater participation of private employment agencies in the Spanish labor market would reduce by 400,000 the number of unemployed.

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Opening to foreign markets, key to overcome the crisis. Ricardo Martínez Rico

Diariodeavisos.com

Thursday 13th of June 2013

According to Ricardo Martínez Rico, the current Spanish economic situation has changed from last year. The reforms have succeeded in making the economy more flexible and competitive.

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To quote in Frankfurt, and in Wall Street. Ricardo Martínez Rico

El Mundo

Tuesday 11th of June 2013

Ricardo Martínez Rico declares that the Spanish economy is in a relatively better situation. Spain has a solid economic base on which to reinforce consolidation and gain credibility and trust.

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