ISSUE NO. 1408
28 JUNE - 4 JULY 2012
Gang of six Britons arrested in Magaluf SIX Britons have been arrested on extortion and drug charges, and using threatening behaviour. Two of the accused have been remanded to prison after testifying.
They were arrested after officers received word that some workers in the recreational area of Magaluf were being threatened
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by a group of English people. After being identified by the people who reported them, they were arrested. The gang allegedly used threats of physical violence to try and get establishments to buy drugs from them to sell to their customers. At the time of the arrest officers seized knives which the detainees allegedly used, along with 34 ecstasy pills, 1.5 grams of cocaine and €340 in small bills. Then, €1,000 in cash, three baseball bats, two knives, a machete and a mask were removed from a hotel room. Investigations remain open and further arrests have not been not ruled out.
Danny Burnard and Philip Hay with Allen Graham and Anne Hellemans from the charity.
Home Mallorca supplies bedding to charity DANNY BURNARD and Philip Hay, the owners of the bedding company, Home Mallorca, visited the Cas Catala branch of the Allen Graham Charity for Kidz recently. “When we supply new bedding to houses or property managers or even yachts, we offer a service to
take away the old bedding that we are replacing to dispose of it,” said Philip. “It’s frequently of a really high quality and we didn’t want it to go to waste so throughout the year we will be making regular donations to the Allen Graham Charity.”
2 tourists beaten up TWO tourists were brutally beaten in Platja de Palma in the early hours of Sunday morning. A 28-year-old German citizen and his companion were walking along the road when some men called out to them ‘Turkish pieces of sh*t’ and began to hit them, according to the victim’s statement. Their attackers were dressed in black. A witness was able to record the ‘brutal attack’ on a mobile phone. It shows how one of the victims lost consciousness during the beating.
No love from Russia A 54-YEAR-OLD Russian tourist was arrested on Sunday for allegedly hitting his wife in Muro. He later turned up at Son Espases Hospital in Palma de Mallorca and tried to take her out by force.
Closed down FOUR businesses were closed in 15 days by Sa Pobla Town Hall. Two of them did not have permission to carry out their activity and the other two did not comply with health and safety regulations.
Going for gold EIGHT disabled athletes from Mallorca have been pre-selected to represent the Balearics in the Paralympic Games in London this year. There will be more than 4,200 athletes from 164 countries participating for more than 500 medals.
Leading bank CAIXABANK is the leading bank in the Balearics after absorbing Banca Civica, which has more than 13 million clients in Spain, Spanish newspaper Diario de Mallorca reported.
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Chinese Terracotta Warriors in Palma IT is possible to see 150 authentic full size replicas of the original Chinese Terracotta Warriors in Palma de Mallorca. They are Mallorcaâ€™s latest cultural attraction, located at the entrance to the city. It is possible to see them daily from 10am-9pm through until the end of October. The warriors are displayed as if in a section of the original tomb, with war chariots, horses and weapons, all of which have been handmade using the same clay from the area where they were originally found in 1974 using traditional methods by local artisans in Xiâ€™an, China. A full scale model - scale 1:10 of the entire tomb of Chinaâ€™s First Emperor with 1,000 figures, serves to demonstrate the scale of this discovery. Mallorca is the first destination in Spain to launch this exhibition before it continues its tour to other major Spanish cities.
Quality of life has got worse MORE than half (52 per cent) of residents in Palma de Mallorca believe their quality of life has got worse in the past five years, which was the highest score in a consumer study. Madrid came second with 49 per cent of residents believing this followed by Barcelona with 48 per cent.
Violent thieves TWO men and a woman were arrested for allegedly violently attacking a woman in her 80s at her home in Palma de Mallorca on July 4. One of them reportedly posed as a gas inspector.
ON DISPLAY: Mallorca is the first destination in Spain with the exhibit. The Terracotta Warriors exhibition was created by Dr Burkard Pfrenzinger and Gerhard Merz, Director of Terra Prasent. They spent years negotiating with the Chinese Government to allow them to recreate the terracotta
warriors in situ and managed to carry off a logistical masterpiece when they transported from China to Europe the entire exhibition of warriors, weapons, horses and models in hundreds of boxes by boat.
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Balearics fifth lowest for pensions THE Balearics was the region with the fifth lowest average pension in June with €758.39. This is €71.18 below the Spanish Social Security system’s average of €829.57. However, this is a 3.3 per cent rise from June 2011. The region with the lowest average pension was Galicia with €696.14,
followed by Extremadura with €704.31 and Murcia with €730.50. Andalucia came fourth and Valencia sixth with €757.31 and €762.17 respectively. Seven Spanish regions, plus Ceuta, exceeded the average Spanish pension with Pais Vasco, Asturias and Madrid topping the list with €1,024.74, €984.78 and €981.51 respectively. The average pension for the Balearics
SUMMER VISITOR: Eva (right) with Marbella’s famous Orange Square in the background
School conflicts FIFTY-SIX police officers will be working in 48 municipalities on the islands to coordinate conflicts in schools.
Diplomas given MORE than 85 immigrant women from 17 countries received their diplomas from new technology workshops they have been attending since March in Palma de Mallorca.
Sewage rates THE rates for the sewage system in Marratxi are set to rise by 14 per cent for residents and 18 per cent for businesses.
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Eva to make it three summers in a row
ESPERATE HOUSEWIVES actress Eva Longoria is set to visit Southern Spain this summer... for the third year running. Eva will be in Marbella, Costa del Sol, to attend the Global Gift Gala on August 19. The gala and the Dynamic Walk-A-Thon through Marbella on the same weekend will benefit the Eva Longoria Foundation and the Cesare Scariolo Foundation, which unite to bring care, relief and research to child cancer sufferers. In addition, they join to empower women and
themselves, families and communities through education and entrepreneurship. Individual tickets for the Global Gift Gala dinner with entertainment at the Gran Melia Resort Don Pepe - which will include a charity auction and a tribute to Antonio Banderas, the 2012 Global Gift Excellence Award recipient - are €950. The VIP Platinum Table is priced at €20,000. Born in 1975, Eva confessed during a TV interview she was the ‘ugly duckling’ of her family and rejected at modelling schools because of her small stature.
19 arrested for 37 burglaries A GANG that allegedly carried out 37 burglaries in Pollença has been foiled. Four of the 19 people arrested are minors and one is a woman. Three other people have also been implicated in the gang’s activities. Investigations began following a spate of burglaries in properties near Pollença, the majority of them holiday homes rented to tourists. During investigations, officers detected a point of sale for drugs at a property close to Pollença Town Hall. It is believed that one of the detainees would supply drugs in exchange for stolen items.
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Going on strike WORKERS in the transport sector in the Balearics are set to go on strike on Saturday July 21 and Sunday 22 after negotiations with management brokedown, according to the unions.
Tragic crash A MAN died and another person was injured after the car they were travelling in went off the road between Llucmajor and Cap Blanc.
A RECEPTIONIST at a hotel in Soller who was accused of sexually assaulting a colleague in one of the hotel rooms has been absolved.
A FIRE which broke out around 4am in a warehouse that stored gifts and paints in the Industrial Park in Inca destroyed part of the building.
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103,639 retirees was €863.99, which represents 60.5 per cent of total pensions on the islands and is a 3.59 per cent rise compared to June 2011. The 43,588 widowers on the islands received €542.17. The 18,680 people with permanent disabilities received €801.71, the 5,286 orphans received €323.48 each and the 139 families in special circumstances €404.40.
A FIRE burnt 10 hectares of land in Peguera (Calvia). As a precautionary measure tourists staying at hotels Club Europa and Don Antonio were evacuated for three hours.
MADRID residents speak English and are ready for the tourists’
Esperanza Aguirre, President of the Madrid Region, when talking to US businessmen who are deciding whether to locate ‘Eurovegas’ in Barcelona or in Madrid.
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ELECTRIC bills will rise by four per cent from July 1 if the government does not change its part in the final calculation. This will affect some 20 million consumers and would be the second price rise so far this year.
Rising bills RUBBISH collection rates in Calvia are set to rise by eight per cent as the bills will no longer be issued by the town hall but by the public company Calvia 2000.
TWO women were injured, one seriously, in a head-on collision between two cars on the Paseo Maritimo by Hotel Bellver, in Palma de Mallorca.
37.5 hours AS of July 1, anybody in the Balearic Government who does not fulfil a 37.5 hour week will have their salary reduced.
Childcare THE requests for places at municipal kindergartens increased by 12.47 per cent from 2,022 for the 2011-2012 academic year to 2,310 for the coming year.
Man drowns A 67-YEAR-OLD foreign man drowned in the waters of Canyamel Beach in Capdepera.
and finally... SURGEONS at the Pedro Cavadas Hospital in Madrid have successfully implanted both feet of a 10-yearold boy who was injured in a traffic accident earlier this month. They are hopeful that he will be able to walk again within six months.
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School choice OF the 16,321 students who applied, 97.5 per cent were given a spot in their first or second priority for schools in the Balearics, according to the Ministry of Education, Culture and Universities.
Councillor jailed THE ex-tourism councillor for Unio Mallorquina (UM), has been sentenced to three years in prison for corruption. He awarded €15,000 of public money to an ex-mayor.
World’s biggest solar powered ship in Calvia THE world’s biggest solar powered ship is docked at Puerto Adriano in Calvia. It is also the first boat to have travelled around the world running solely on energy found in light. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar will stay in Mallorca until Saturday July 7 as part of its Mediterranean tour. The Vice President of Economy, Josep Ignasi Aguilo visited the ship Tuesday. The MS Turanor Planet
Solar is a catamaran launched in March 2010 in Kiel Germany in the shipyards of Knierim Yachtbau after 14 months
of construction. It is 35m long, 23m wide, 6.1m high and weighs 95 tonnes.The surface area of solar modules is 537m2
Bodybuilder shows support for animals WORLD Champion bodybuilder, Luis Vidal, showed his support for an animal welfare campaign this week when he met with campaigners on Palmira Beach in Peguera. Luis who was doing a photoshoot for his clothing brand ‘Pitbull Team’ signed a petition which expresses concern about animal welfare in Mallorca. Luis is now en route to compete in the Mr Universe competition in Italy this week. Animal rights campaigner Amalia Puertas-Escudero with Luis Vidal.
and allows the ship to navigate at night as well. Forty people are able to go on board and there are four crew members.
Stories making headlines from the United Kingdom
Facebook riot rouser jailed A MAN has been jailed for three years for trying to incite violence on his Facebook page during last year’s riots in London.
Olympic strike BUS DRIVERS in London announced a 24-hour strike in pursuit of a £500 payment for working during the Olympics.
Isle of Rain WET weather took its toll on revellers at the Isle of Wight festival. Hundreds were stranded as ferries were cancelled.
Greedy banker AN INVESTMENT banker and his wife were jailed for netting £1.5 million from insider-dealing.
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Passenger wins claim over flight cancellation
LOW-COST Spanish airline Vueling must pay €317 compensation to a passenger whose flight was cancelled by email. On March 24 last year the passenger, a lawyer, booked a flight from Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca. It was due to leave at 10.45am on May 11 and he paid €67.33. Arriving at Barcelona airport to check in that day, he was told the flight was cancelled and that he had already been advised by email. He was offered another
COURT ORDER: Vueling must pay the compensation. flight at 2.50pm the same day which he refused, as he needed to be in a Palma court by 1pm. He
then had to buy a different ticket costing €34.50. He tried unsuccessfully
to reach an out-of-court settlement with Vueling but the company argued that he knew two weeks
Guilty verdict for British mother BRITON Lianne Smith, 45, has been found guilty in Girona (Tarragona) of murdering her two children in Lloret de Mar in 2010. The nine-member jury unanimously accepted the Public
Prosecutor’s argument that Smith was conscious of what she was doing when she suffocated her daughter aged five and son of 11 months. The jury recognised that Smith was seriously disturbed when
she killed her children, fearing that she was about to lose custody. But it rejected defence claims that this had impaired her judgement and self-control. The prosecution recommended a 17-year prison term for each killing while the defence called for two 30-month terms. Smith intends to appeal, her lawyer Jenifer Lahoz Labos announced.
beforehand that the departure time had been moved to 7am on May 11. The lawyer decided to sue the company for the cost of the new ticket and €250 compensation due to him under EU directives. A Barcelona mercantile court decided in Vueling’s favour in June 2011, but this was reversed by a Barcelona High Court last week. Vueling’s email did not comply with EU regulations on cancellations, which oblige an airline to offer a client the option of reimbursement, a flight that same day or a ticket for a similar flight on another day. “It is the passenger, not the airline, who is entitled by the regulations to choose between these three options,” the court ruled. Vueling had only emailed the passenger about the flight changes ‘for operational reasons’ without offering alternatives, the judgment concluded.
Cool welcome in Madrid for ‘Green mayor’ ANGEL VADILLO, Mayor of Alburquerque (Badajoz) is currently in Madrid, on hunger strike outside the Ministry of Industry. Last week, on the 11th day of his strike, Angel was arrested and fined by the city’s Municipal Police. He was charged with ‘occupying’ the Paseo de la Castellana. Known as the Green Mayor because he supports renewable power sources, Angel Vadillo is protesting against the government’s suspension of sustainable energy premiums. He arrived in Madrid two months ago, after walking the 600 kilometres between Alburquerque and Madrid. Earlier he was able to speak to Industry Minister, Jose Manuel Soria Lopez, but achieved nothing, Angel remarked: “It’s just not possible to be that haughty.” Nevertheless, Soria did write to Angel, asking him to reconsider his hunger strike, which the minister described as ‘a drastic measure’ as well as ‘not being the most appropriate’. But Angel went ahead, leading to his arrest and the fine. “I don’t understand how one person who doesn’t raise his voice and is good mannered can be a nuisance,” he lamented.
Stories making headlines from Germany
Stuck in car for two days AN elderly woman was stuck for two days in her car after crashing in the Black Forest.
On the hop A FUGITIVE kangaroo is still on the run in Saxony after being reported loose in a woman’s backyard. Police managed to corner it but couldn’t catch the animal.
TV 1-0 Sex MORE than half of German women would go without sex for a year rather than turn off the TV for that long.
Norway deal GREEN energy sources will be linked to Norwegian plants via a new sea cable from Germany, due for completion by 2018.
Merkel alert A MAGAZINE in UK dubbed German Chancellor Angela Merkel as the world’s most dangerous leader for her handling of the European financial crisis.
Dutch Tarzan AUTHORITIES in Berlin are planning to sue Dutchman Robin van Helsum, after living off their welfare services for 10 months, pretending to be a 17year-old ‘forest boy’.
Weather woe WEATHER watchers in Germany warned of a washout weekend after heavy rains and storms lashed the country in the week.
Gay arrival A BERLIN woman gave birth in the back of a police car after her husband was stuck behind a gay pride parade and could not get her to hospital.
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Toll roads could take a toll TOLLS on state-run highcapacity roads prompted warnings that these could trigger more road accidents. Charges on previouslyfree motorways will be introduced by the Madrid autonomous community, announced Regional President Esperanza Aguirre earlier this month. The national government is also studying a similar measure, according to political sources. Ministry of Public Works plans for low tolls on the roads - known as autovias and often bypasses - are said to be ‘far advanced’ and ready for implementation in 2013. The government has EMPTY: Motorists may use alternative routes, leaving the toll roads empty. made no decision regarding tolls on autovias, in May. “We have not discussed to any Cabinet meeting,” he insisted President Mariano Rajoy the matter. This will not be going declared.
Speaking at a Question Time session in the Madrid national parliament last week, the Director General of Traffic, Maria Segui, admitted to being worried about autovia tolls. It was likely that more drivers would revert to using main roads, she said. The Interior Ministry is to lower the speed limit on main roads from 100 to 90 kilometres per hour, Segui confirmed during the same session. There will also be a ‘variable’ speed limit on motorways, although the increase will not apply to lorries or public transport. Raising the limit would depend on continued low traffic mortality rates, environmental factors and weather conditions, the director explained.
Spain still loves the euro currency THERE might not be enough euros around at present but the Spanish still prefer them to pesetas. Only a quarter of Spaniards would like to return to the old currency,
found a survey carried out for ABC newspaper. Surprisingly, 89 per cent of over-65s are reluctant to return to the peseta compared to 69 per cent in the 18-24 age group. Three-quarters of
Spaniards are happy to remain within the euro, compared to 61 per cent of Germans. The French and Italians are nearer to the Spanish in their preferences, with 74 per cent and 72 per cent respec-
‘Black brigade’ foiled POLICE in Madrid liberated a 14-yearold Romanian girl who was forced into prostitution by her own mother and brothers. Known as the Black Brigade, they forced women to work as prostitutes and also rob clients. Seven arrests were made in all and four other women, one of them underage, were freed. All were constantly threatened and
beaten, sometimes so brutally they were unable to 'work.' The family of the 14-year-old, who has been taken into care, allied themselves to other gangs operating on the notorious Marconi industrial estate. They wanted to monopolise prostitution in the area, following the arrest and imprisonment of the Romanian known as Pig’s Head who formerly controlled vice in that part of the city.
FAVOURITE: The euro is still preferred to the peseta. tively pro-euro. As Spain’s economic crisis has deepened so too has the population’s support for the single currency, increasing from 66 per cent in June 2011 to 75 per cent 12 months later. Italian support rose from 69 per cent to its present 72 per cent. The populations of countries with the weakest economies are those who most want to remain in the eurozone, the survey found. In comparison, German response over the last
year was lukewarm, rising from 60 per cent to 61 per cent. There is more enthusiasm for the euro from PP Conservatives (84 per cent) than PSOE Socialists (76 per cent). The lowest level of support comes from the former Communist party, Izquierda Unida, with only 67 per cent in favour of the euro. As in Spain, support for the euro varies across party lines in Germany, France and Italy with euro-enthusiasm growing on the Right and dwindling on the Left.
Parents on cruelty charges A 25-YEAR-OLD Spanish woman and her partner were arrested on child cruelty charges in Palencia City. The couple were reported to the police after hospital staff noticed that their 23-dayold son, brought in for a check-up, had marks on his neck. His body was covered in bruises, and he was suffering from malnutrition. The woman gave birth in the same hospital and staff, observing the mother’s attitude towards the child, had already warned social services that he could be at risk. Police were called and the couple immediately arrested. Three days later the mother was remanded but the father was released, a restraining order was issued, preventing him from approaching his son.
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SCANDINAVIAN PRESS Stories making headlines in Denmark, Norway and Sweden
Breivik judged to be insane NORWAY – Prosecutors have decided to consider Anders Breivik, the man responsible for last year’s attacks, to be criminally insane.
Flight of dead SWEDEN – Kenya Airways have compensated a Swedish woman who had to fly from Europe to Tanzania sitting next to a dead man.
‘Hu’ and cry DENMARK - Critics in Copenhagen accused the government of bending their freespeech rules to ensure that Chinese premier Hu Jintao’s visit was not disturbed.
Summer sales: Prices slashed across Spain
By Michel Wahba WHILE most communities in Spain launch their summer sales on Sunday, shops in Madrid and Valencia have already started slashing prices. Vivid ‘Rebajas’ signs have already crowded retailers’ shop fronts, competing to cut their prices by 20, 50 and up to 70 per cent. In spite of the economic uncertainty, the National Confederation of Com-merce forecast a 2 to 3 per cent sales increase on last year, while Acotex, the Textiles Trade Association, placed the summer sales results figures at €35 billion, in line with last year. “The economic situation of our country, with a steady fall in consumption since 2006, has made the consumer wait for more and more cuts before making their purchases,” said Acotex President Borja Oria. Last year, thousands of shoppers stormed the major brand stores, with nine out of 10 Spanish saying they will be buying something during the sales. But the average spending followed a trend of decline, with €50
FLASHBACK: Last year’s sales. per person, the FUCI consumer group reported. However, this summer, shoppers in the Community of Madrid said they will be spending €75, €15 up from last year. Several Spanish brands including Zara, Blanco, Sfera, Desigual, and Bimba & Lola are expanding their summer sales to their online stores,
trending the Pre-Rebajas special discounts for VIP customers, whom they communicate with via email and social networking, promising a queue-free and exclusive shopping experience. In Andalucia, Balearics and Murcia, the sales bonanza will officially kick off on Sunday.
THE Guardia Civil arrested a 34-year-old man who allegedly attacked three women in a Madrid park. Between February and May he confronted his victims in a wooded area of Parque de los Alcornoques in the Tres Cantos suburb. Although physically he was heavily built two women managed to escape after a struggle and the third managed to bite him. Police kept watch, eventually arresting an individual answering to the women’s description. He wore the same tracksuit they had described and failed to explain why he was loitering in the park. Further investigation revealed that although he had a stable job and lived with his wife and family in Toledo he also lived a double life, preying on women. He was remanded without bail.
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Stories making headlines from Russia
Visa deal will ease travel
Spain needs to improve its English, says study
RUSSIA and the US are finally reaching a visa deal to ease travel between the two countries.
Only 27 per cent of young Spaniards speak English.
Drunken cop A POLICEMAN is being investigated over driving drunk and slamming into an ambulance, critically injuring a paramedic.
Bad deed POLICE arrested a man who stole a luxury SUV after its driver left it open while saving a drowning woman.
High-earner A COMPUTER hacker was arrested for creating a system of networked computers used to steal more than €4 million from people’s banks accounts.
But researchers in 14 EU countries also revealed that while 25 per cent of adolescents are ‘competent’ in a second foreign language, this rises to 28 per cent in Spain. Fourteen per cent of nonSpanish pupils failed to reach ‘basic user’ level in English, investigators found, rising to 20 per cent for an additional foreign language. In contrast, 22 per cent and 11 per cent of Spanish pupils reached ‘basic user’ level in their first and second foreign languages respectively. “Spain needs to improve its results in English, particularly regarding oral comprehension,” the report stated. Meanwhile, the internet is helping pupils to improve reading and comprehension in foreign languages. The number who The youths fled the scene. regularly use The woman died later in another language hospital. Police later located online has risen the two boys who are now from 26 per cent in custody. to 36 per cent.
ONLY 27 per cent of young Spaniards speak English compared with the European average of 42 per cent. Despite this, 90 per cent of secondary school pupils said that knowing a language is ‘very useful’ and 98 per cent felt it was important for their children’s future, a European Commission (EC) study found. In both Sweden and Malta, 82 per cent of pupils speak a foreign language. In contrast, only 9 per cent can do so in the UK, where French is the principal option, or 14 per cent in France, where pupils learn English.
Youths held after mugging ends in death A 78-YEAR-OLD woman died in Valls (Tarragona) after two under-aged youths attempted to snatch her handbag.
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When she saw the two boys approaching her, the elderly woman tripped before falling and hitting her head on the ground.
Cuts hit police translation service INTERPRETERS will no longer be on hand at police stations for nonSpanish speakers making enquiries or lodging formal complaints. Where possible police officers should carry out translations themselves, said a recent circular from the General Police Directorate (DGP). The department is also working on an ‘alternative’ to translation for denuncias, it announced. Coming at the start of the summer season when many foreign tourists need to report thefts or other incidents, the move has come at a bad time, police sources claimed. Translators will still be available if someone who does not speak Spanish is under arrest and during police investigations, the circular stressed.
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Stat of week Spanish hotels registered 24.7 million overnight stays in May , 0.4 per cent more than the same month last year.
Expat life in Spain is not among costliest THE cost of living for most workers on expatriate contracts in Europe has fallen. Nowhere in Spain features in the world’s 50 most expensive cities. Tokyo in Japan is the world’s most expensive city for expatriates, while Karachi in Pakistan is the cheapest, less than onethird as expensive. Luanda, Angola, was the second most expensive, followed by Osaka, Moscow, and Geneva, with Singapore and Zurich sharing sixth place. Most European cities have dropped in the 2012 rankings, according to Mercer Human Resource Consulting’s Cost of Living Survey, despite widespread increases in VAT charges and some marked price increases in the first half of last year, which featured in the findings just released. Even so, the cost of living in many European cities dropped mainly due to the unstable economic situation which led to the depreciation of most local currencies against the US dollar. European cities also in the top 50 were Bern FAIR PRICE: Restoy gave firm assurance.
(14), Oslo (18), Copenhagen (21), London (25), Paris (37), Milan (38) Rome (42), Stockholm (46) and Vienna (48). The survey covered 214 global cities and measured the comparative cost of more than 200 items in each location, including transport, food, clothing, household goods and entertainment. Housing was also included and was often the biggest expense for expatriates, playing an important part in determining where cities ranked. Nathalie ConstantinMétral, Principal at Mercer, commented: “Deploying expatriate employees is an important aspect of multinational companies’ business strategy, including expansion. “But with volatile markets and stunted economic growth in many parts of the world, a keen eye on cost efficiency is essential, including on expatriate remuneration packages. “When compared to New York, our benchmark city, most European cities have witnessed a decline in the cost of living.”
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CAPITAL LIFE: Madrid offers much, including a good life for expat workers on foreign contracts.
Booted away CONTROVERSIAL plans to sell sneakers featuring a slave-like chain and prison shackles have been halted by Adidas.
Unlucky 13 THE Spanish Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita has fallen below the European average for the first time in 10 years. It is now 13th amongst EU states.
Down to earth EASYJET is considering ceasing using Madrid Barajas Airport as an operations base from this winter due to rising airport taxes, though the British carrier says it will maintain flights within Spain, including the capital, but operating from bases in other parts of Europe.
€2m for bank stress test ROLAND BERGER and Oliver Wyman called in to stress-test Spain’s banks charged €2 million. This was a fair price for an audit of this size carried out at such short notice, explained Fernando Restoy, assistant governor at the Bank of Spain.
Who can and cannot use foreign-plated vehicles
Can you shed light on this subject? I have been buying your book You & the Law in Spain for years and it says a vehicle with a foreign registration plate may be used on Spanish roads for up to six months in a calendar year with no formalities. Has this situation changed? An article in one of the local papers states that the Guardia Civil and tax authorities are taking action over foreign vehicles and that any in Spain for more than 30 days can be affected. Is it six months or 30 days? A R (email)
The short You and the answer is that the difference is Law in Spain between tourists By David Searl and official residents. A tourist who visits Spain can use his foreign registered car in Spain for six months in a calendar year. In fact, the car itself can stay in Spain during the whole year, as long as its owner does not drive it on a Spanish road for more than six months. The six months need not be continuous. That is, the owner can use it during a summer in Spain for, say, three months, and again for visits during the rest of the year. Meanwhile, a resident has 30 days. Someone taking up Spanish residency and bringing a foreign-plated vehicle has only 30 days in which to dispose of it or to import it into Spain and apply for Spanish registration. He cannot continue to own the vehicle on foreign plates, any more than a Spaniard can. Yes, the traffic police are cracking down. If you are a genuine tourist, be sure to obtain some documentation, such as tickets from the airline or the ferry. If you have registered as an EU citizen residing in Spain, be warned that you cannot legally keep your UK registered car in Spain. That confusion has already been cleared up in my book. David will respond to queries but reserves the right to select letters which will be of interest to the greatest number of readers. You can also consult David through lawyers Ubeda-Retana and Associates in Fuengirola. email@example.com or call 952 667 090.
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Grooms think less... brides more MEN’S expectations of what they will spend on their wedding have reduced from £7,790 (€9,700) to £7,060 (€8,792) and women’s soared from £5,600 (€6,973) to £8,380 (€10,435) over the past five years.
£££ TWENTY-EIGHT per cent of adults can recall buying something other than food made or designed in the UK, a poll by Ipsos Mori has found.
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WATER companies could soon be allowed to lower prices for households with unpaid bills, but this will mean prices may rise for others.
£££ AROUND 320 people face job losses after aero electrics company Cobham announced that 10 planes will be converted to air-to-air
refuelling jets in Spain rather than at the facility in Bournemouth.
£££ CASTLEBECK is up for sale in a move which could lead to substantial losses for Irish horse racing tycoons John Magnier and JP McManus who back the care home company.
£££ WHILE 17 per cent of manufacturers reported order books were above normal in June, 28 per cent said they were below normal.
As poor in Greece fight on keep a watch on Germany THE STORY of a 56-year-old Greek civil servant who had spent the best part of his career working in the Finance Ministry was recently featured in a newspaper. Now, although he still has a job, his salary has been almost halved while the monthly bills he has to face have more than doubled. “There are times,” he says, “when I can’t afford to buy food, forcing me to queue at a soup kitchen for a couple of chunks of bread and a bowl of thin broth.” The man is not alone in Athens and other Greek cities. The Brussels-demanded austerity measures and ‘restructuring’ have more or less destroyed the economy. Unemployment has risen to 22.6 per cent, and many people who, until a year or two ago lived in their own (mortgaged) homes, are now on the streets. Deprivation and desperation rule the nation, with very little hope for the future. Greece’s recent second attempt at finding a stable government awarded the Conservative ‘New Democracy’ a fragile win over the far-left Syriza Party, with both fighting their campaigns on a programme of ‘renegotiating’ the strict bail-out terms set by the European Union (EU), the European Cental Bank (ECB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Angela Merkel, however, interfering in the elections before the Greek people had even got to the polls, announced that ‘renegotiation’ was out of the question, in the hope, one suspects, of terrorising the people of another sovereign state into compliance with her - and of course Germany’s - own views.
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World leaders have asked - nay, pleaded with - Merkel and Wolfgang Schauble, her finance minister, to look again at the Eurobonds’ proposal she so roundly rejected in the past, but to no avail. One can’t help but sympathise to some extent with her government’s view that such bonds would be tantamount to giving ‘profligate’ eurozone states free access to Germany’s ‘cedit card’ in order to pay off their debts. As a kind of sop, new proposals, ‘Bonds Lite’ as some financial correspondents have taken to calling them, have been tabled with the grudging approval of Merkel. The suggestion is that all eurozone countries should join in a ‘Redemption Pact’ (based loosely on a post-revolution American idea of 1790) which would require all states
to pledge a goodly proportion of their gold and currency reserves to a ‘sinking fund’ which would be used: (a) to help manage the sovereign debts of ailing economies, (b) to bind them irrevocably to the eurozone (this is not talked about so openly). Such thoughts have not been greeted with unbridled joy since, according to some financial correspondents, the plan is to relieve the ECB of its duty as ‘fire-fighter’. Germany has only two votes in the ECB, but under the ‘Redemption Pact’ would have the tacit power to enforce fiscal discipline. Italy has already said such a proposal should be ‘treated with care’, with one high-ranking official complaining that even as things stand now in the EU, everything done at a European level appears to be designed to further Germany’s interests. No one is suggesting a Germanic plan to take control of the EU, but things sometimes have a way of occurring by default.
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www.euroweeklynews.com THE Bank of England and Chancellor of the Exchequer recently announced measures to kick-start the economy. The objective is to protect UK banks against an escalating Eurozone crisis, pump cash into the financial system and boost lending to businesses and households. Bank of England (BoE) governor Mervyn King and Chancellor George Osborne both spoke at the Lord Mayor’s banquet on 14th June, and pledged to take ‘coordinated action’ to protect the economy. UK banks have been finding it increasingly difficult to raise funding through international markets, making it hard for businesses and households to get credit. The BoE and Treasury are now working on ways to lend directly to banks. The full package is expected to be ready in a few weeks. It will provide emergency protection for banks while underpinning lending and reducing the cost of loans for businesses and property owners. Funding for lending plan In his speech, King said: “Today’s exceptional circumstances create a case for a temporary bank funding scheme to bridge to calmer times.” The funding costs for banks have risen with the Eurozone crisis, making it harder to access credit, but this new
£300 billion stimulus for UK economy
moving money from bank balance sheets into the real economy.
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believes that creditworthy businesses will find the lower rates made available attractive. “We want to send a very clear signal to businesses that finance is available at a price they can afford,” he added.
‘funding for lending plan’ will now provide funding to banks for several years, at lower rates than available on the open market. Rates will be based on their performance in lending to the UK’s non-financial sector. Banks will be able to swap the loans they have made to businesses and individuals with the central bank, and must then use the funds to provide new loans to their customers, at affordable rates. The scheme could provide a £80bn boost to loans and is expected to start within weeks. The central bank will hold the swapped assets for up to four years. In a BBC radio interview the following day, Treasury Minister Mark Hoban said they estimated that if lending increased by 5%, this would be the equivalent of £80bn. The amount will depend on the take-up and the Treasury
Liquidity plan In his speech King also said that he wanted to make it clear that the BoE will “provide banks with whatever liquidity they require.” To this end, the Bank will immediately activate an as yet unused facility, the Extended Collateral Term Repo Facility, to provide banks with emergency cash if needed. Liquidity will be offered in tranches, with a minimum of £5bn a month. This means that at least £5bn a month should be injected into the financial system. It is believed that around £60bn could be released if necessary. This scheme will help protect banks from the impact of the Eurozone crisis, as they would not have to rely on international markets to raise funds. It provides a liquidity safety net for UK banks, which would be particularly useful if
they suffer rating downgrades and so find it harder to raise funds. Releasing cash reserves The Bank of England is changing the remit of the new Financial Policy Committee so that it will now have to focus on growth as well as financial stability. This could reduce pressure on banks to build up capital reserves, something which contributed to their reduced lending. On 17th June The Sunday Times reported that King ‘quietly gave permission’ for banks to release their capital reserves - even though it was the BoE which had instructed banks to build them up. Since banks will need to keep less on deposit, they will have more funds to lend to businesses and individuals. This could release another £150bn available for loans, taking the total stimulus package up towards £300bn. This “could lead to a huge move in the financial markets” as banks could potentially use some of the cash to buy corporate bonds and other financial instruments, helping boost the financial system by
Quantitative easing The BoE governor gave his strongest hint yet that the Bank may expand its quantitative easing programme. He said that “the case for a further monetary easing is growing,” and that the measures to improve conditions for the banking sector can complement any further easing in monetary policy. Critics argue that the government and Bank of England have reacted too late, but late is better than never. Any boost for UK businesses should be good news for the economy, consumers and investors. Across the Atlantic it is believed that the US Federal Reserve Bank is also preparing to inject more stimulus into its economy. For advice on an investment strategy designed around your objectives and circumstances, speak to an experienced wealth manager like Blevins Franks. To keep in touch with the latest developments in the offshore world, check out the latest news on our website www.blevinsfranks.com
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€350m boost from new legislation THE Employment Ministry will scoop up €350 million this year, thanks to laws introduced last July. The former government brought in measures aimed at discouraging early retirement. These moves affect businesses and firms that make profits but lay off workers with redundancy pay-offs or, for those aged 50 or more, early retirement packages. Under the new regulations, employers whose businesses are not losing money must now cover unemployment pay and social security for the latter. There is also an additional levy covering future subsidies for employees unable to find work because of their age. Last year, 10,900 employees aged 50 or more were made redundant or took early retirement.
How to keep love sweet when it comes to all money matters LOVE is in the air at the moment. All my friends are suddenly getting engaged. It’s all very exciting. Everyone loves a goodold-knees-up! But on the other side of the coin, what will it mean for their individual finances? Living, working, earning and spending are all very personal things as each person is so different in their approach to money and how they like to A look save or spend it. at finance The old adage for females is that opposites attract, so if one Jane Plunkett half of a couple jane.plunkett@euroweeklynews. is very cautious com and responsible with money, but the other half is a disaster, getting married and having to work out financial matters
MARRIED BLISS: But watch all things financial add up.
together could be romantic suicide. In order to have a prosperous life together, remember there are some smart moves to consider before stepping down the aisle. With money often a cause of marital turbulence, to join resources together peacefully it’s vital for couples to understand each other’s approach to THE average price of a Spanish hotel room so far this year is €64.50, a 0.7 money. Often money disagreements are not per cent drop on the figure for last year. Bookings have also dropped 1.4 really about finances but more about what per cent this year, according to the National Institute of Statistics. funds represent to each party including
The average cost of a hotel room is €64.50
THE CURRENT ACCOUNT WITH A WORLD OF BENEFITS.
security, control, self-esteem or love. The secret to peace in the money camp is to remember that neither party is ‘right’ or ‘wrong’. Often people want to change how their partner handles money and bring them around to their way or thinking. But we can’t. The best idea is to be open in conversations about money and then set ground rules that work for both. While it is usual to know about a partner’s romantic past, what about their financial past? Has that been discussed? Imagine when planning to buy a house together that suddenly one party says mortgage payments could be difficult because they have massive credit-card debt. This could cause problems. Be informed about your partner’s financial history, to be able to plan ahead. Joining lives together is fabulous, but don’t ever take on a partner’s debt. Share all new living costs, but leave debt in their hands. There is no point in both parties being black-marked by bad credit. If all is at a loss and personal finances cannot be worked out together, then seek professional help. A finance advisor can definitely help keep your love sweet.
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Orange ring up â‚Ź300m plan ORANGE plans to invest â‚Ź300 million on upgrading its fibreoptic internet network in Spain over the next four years. This is â€œproof that the companyâ€™s investment in Spain is solid,â€? a representative for the mobile phone and internet operator in Spain said. Orange hopes its fibre-optic CAJA MADRID preference shareholders could recoup 80 per cent of their original investment. Some clients of Bankia - in which Caja Madrid has the controlling interest following a 2010 merger - received phone calls advising that they will be able to recover at least some of their money. The exact number of clients with Caja Madrid preference shares has not been revealed but is estimated at 90,000. Clients accepting the offer will lose 20 per cent although there is an alternative for those unwilling to accept the shortfall. Eighty per cent of their initial investment can instead be placed in a four-year, fixed term account paid at 5 per cent.
internet connection, which will compete with Telefonica, will reach 1.5 million homes and businesses in the nationâ€™s main cities. Meanwhile, mobile telephony in Spain suffered its hardest blow yet in April with almost 378,890 lines being cancelled. The worst affected companies
Caja Madrid investors get a new offer, but... By the end of the obligatory four years, they will again have 100 per cent of the money they invested but will have said goodbye to any potential income over that time. Having been nationalised - it was bailed out by the Spanish government in May - Bankia must now wait for the go-ahead
were Vodafone (367,327 cancellations) and Movistar (189,037), according to the Telecommunications Market Commission (CMT). This is the third month running since February in which the number of cancellations has risen, with more than 643,830 lines having been cancelled. Pay-as-you-go lines have been from Brussels. It will also need the worst the approval of the CNMV, affected, with a Spainâ€™s equivalent to the drop of 297,984 National Securities Market lines. Commission. Bankia does not At the same envisage problems once - if - it time, 337,158 obtains EU permission. lines changed It remains to be seen whether their operator, Brussels considers a 20 per cent a level not reduction on the investment is previously noted sufficient or too generous. since May 2009. Caja Madrid preference shares Cancellations were earning 7 per cent until a for Movistar few months ago, when the bank alone amounted advised that it would have to to 1,628,204 cease paying interest. over the past Shortly before the offer was nine months. announced, shares were trading Orange and at 47 per cent of their value, Yoigo gained suggesting the final conditions 17,760 and for the swap could be more 1,490 lines stringent. respectively in April.
The dark side? WITH 10 million copies and a movie contract sold, erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey has generated poor reviews and controversy over its writing style.
Fat record A POLISH restaurant set a Guinness World Record for the biggest lasagne made in honour of the Italian football team competing in Euro 2012.
Twitter movie US TWITTER sensation Kelly Oxford whose witty message attracted 350,000 followers has sold a major film script to Warner Bros, and is now writing an NBC pilot.
Euro not â‚Źuro EUROPEAN publications have been criticised for comparing sports with finance and politics. â€˜GREEKS stay in the Euroâ€™ was the first headline after Greece beat Russia in the Euro 2012 contest.
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