Their country’s GDP has been growing steadily for years — but for young Spaniards
nothing seems to be changing
Reading Laurie Lee on Seville, you quickly realise that you’re in the company of
a man completelyin love with the Andalusian capital. He would probably still be
charmed by his beloved “mistress” today.
Another record breaking year for the Spanish tourist industry; but what effect will
this have on the overall unemployment rate?
You might be under the impression that forecasting the annual growth of the Spanish
economy is a complex business. Far from it. It's easier than you think.
Almuñécar has changed since Lee left in 1936, but its old town stiill holds the essence