X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register Global pest control technology company Pelsis Group has acquired Madrid-based professional pest control product companies Sanitrade and distributor Vesta Distribuciones for an undisclosed amount. The agreement will allow the company to further expand its operationsRead More →

Global pest control technology company Pelsis Group has acquired Madrid-based professional pest control companies Sanitrade and distributor Vesta Distribuciones for an undisclosed sum. The agreement will allow the company to expand its operations across Southern Europe to achieve its goal of making its Edialux Professional business the leading European distributorRead More →

Posted on Saturday, December 11, 2021 at 6:58 a.m. Join AFP’s 100,000+ followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on itunes and Spotify News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising requests: [email protected] (© Tiko – stock.adobe.com) Borrowers adversely affected by Allied Title Lending’s lendingRead More →

In common parlance, the point of view on the issue of foreign debt has been manipulated. In this way, words and concepts have been and are used to induce and deceive, to favor and favor a watered-down vision, with psychological and cultural subjugation, which has produced and still produces aRead More →

CAIRO – December 2, 2021: Egyptian Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli met with representatives of large Spanish companies on Wednesday in the presence of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. The meeting with the representatives of the companies participating in the Egyptian-Spanish Business Forum took place to probe their action plans inRead More →

PESHAWAR — Chinese debts are squeezing Pakistan’s finances as external payments are expected to climb to $14 billion by the end of this financial year. Almost half is due to Chinese commercial banks, mainly for projects related to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Observers say Islamabad must ask ChineseRead More →

Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly speaks during a meeting with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and representatives of major Spanish companies, December 1, 2021. Egyptian Cabinet The meeting was held on the sidelines of the Spanish-Egyptian Business Forum, which was co-inaugurated in Cairo on the same day. The companies representedRead More →

Engineering giant Rolls-Royce has signed a definitive deal to sell aerospace component and engine supplier ITP Aero for around 1.7 billion euros. The deal is with Bain Capital Private Equity, which heads a consortium of investors. The consortium includes interests that will be held by the Spanish co-investors SAPA andRead More →

Torre Picasso, an iconic office building in Madrid’s financial district.Miguel Pereira (Getty Images) Spain’s biggest companies had marked September 1 as the day their employees would return to work in large numbers after nearly a year and a half of working remotely. But it was not to be. The intensityRead More →

August 16, 2021 Alex KirklandESPN-FC Barcelona president Joan Laporta has revealed the club’s debt now stands at 1.35 billion euros while defending his management from criticism from his predecessor Jose Maria Bartomeu, describing an open letter published by Bartomeu last week last as “full of lies”. Laporta – who tookRead More →

Posted By: The Corner July 21, 2021 Intermoney | Consulting firm Deloitte has updated its Global Powers of Construction (GPOC) report on the world’s largest construction companies, in which Chinese leadership has once again confirmed itself, occupying the top five places. ACS loses a place this time because it wasRead More →

Spanish companies want to expand and invest in Egypt, as it is their main destination in Africa, with the support of the Spanish government, said Spanish Trade Minister Xiana Méndez Bértolo. Bértolo made his statements during a meeting held virtually on Monday with Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation Rania Al-MashatRead More →

China and the rule of tax havens! By Wolf Richter for WOLF STREET. US non-financial corporate debt had already risen in recent years, but when the pandemic hit, companies went on a borrowing spree as the Fed clamped down on interest rates to record lows, even for riskiest borrowers. TheseRead More →

By Sami Zaptia. Spanish companies are ready to resume stalled projects and Spanish delegations will soon visit Tripoli, Spanish Ambassador Javier García Larrache said during his visit to the Tripoli Chamber of Commerce (Photo: Tripoli Chamber of Commerce). London, June 2, 2021: Spain is seeking to activate cooperation with LibyaRead More →

In the midst of a global pandemic, football clubs are struggling to stay afloat. Gargantuan payrolls, monumental agent fees and astronomical transfer deals are just a few of the reasons. Real Madrid and Barcelona are two clubs facing mounting debts. They are also top of the European Super League. TheRead More →

FAYETTEVILLE, Arche .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll), the non-profit organization whose mission is to accelerate economic and social impact through inclusive entrepreneurship, today announced the launch of its accelerator program One-year free business in the Northwest Arkansas community with financial support from the Walton Family Foundation. AsRead More →

About 30 Spanish companies economically affected by the COVID-19 crisis have requested bailouts between 3 and 3.3 billion euros from the government in order to survive and remain competitive, EURACTIV partner EFE reports. Among the strategic companies rescued with public funds are the airlines Air Europa (recently merged with Iberia)Read More →

A webinar between the Qatar Businessmen’s Association (QBA) and officials from Qatar and Spain highlighted the launch of the Joint Qatari-Spanish Business Council on Saturday. QBA Chairman HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani says the business council, which includes “elite businessmen from Qatar and”, opens a new page in theRead More →

A webinar between the Qatari Businessmen’s Association (QBA) and Qatari and Spanish officials on Saturday marked the launch of the Qataro-Spain Joint Business Council. QBA Chairman HE Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani said the business council, which includes “elite Qatari businessmen and”, opens a new page in the history ofRead More →

By Sami Zaptia. The LAA visits companies in Spain (Photo: LAA). London, January 28, 2021: Several Spanish companies made presentations to the Libyan Airports Authority (LAA) delegation visiting the Spanish capital Madrid on Tuesday (January 26th), LAA reported. The objective of the trip is to meet companies specializing in theRead More →

More than twenty Spanish companies and entities have joined forces to design, manufacture and launch a constellation of 30 Earth observation satellites; an unprecedented R&D&I project which will represent an investment of 147 million euros and will allow the digitization of multiple strategic sectors, as well as the obtaining ofRead More →

More than twenty Spanish companies and entities have joined forces to design, manufacture and launch a constellation of 30 Earth observation satellites; an unprecedented R & D & I project which will involve an investment of 147 million euros and will allow the digitization of multiple strategic sectors, as wellRead More →

The Spanish subsidiaries of leading global telecommunications operators Orange and Vodafone have turned to communications and media software and services provider Amdocs to support their ambitions for large-scale IT and business transformation and automated journey management. Orange Spain has chosen Amdocs’ digital portfolio to generate new services and revenuesRead More →

Lack of security is the biggest stumbling block for Spanish companies based in Mexico, according to Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis after a meeting with 15 Spanish business leaders at the Spanish Embassy in the capital, Mexico City, Friday. Alfonso Dastis (right) with the Spanish Ambassador to Mexico, Luis Fernández-Cid.Read More →

When we think of entrepreneurial ecosystems, we rather think of Stanford University, in the heart of Silicon Valley. However, those considering starting a business should consider Spanish business schools instead. This is according to a new study by the Financial Times. The FT analyzed former full-time and executive MBA studentsRead More →

“I am alarmed that the president made reference in her speech to investments in other sectors such as telecoms and banking,” said Catherine Ashton, the European Union’s high representative for foreign affairs. Reuters reported on Wednesday that Argentina plans to include the expropriation of a local natural gas company ownedRead More →

For example, Santander recently launched an advertising campaign in international media with the slogan “A strong global brand”, highlighting its diversification and the small portion, only 12%, of first-half profits coming from its Spanish consumer banking business. . Crisis-hit Portugal accounted for only 2%. “None of our biggest clients nowRead More →

Madrid Embarrassed when a man in a tuxedo and top hat follows you to a restaurant and silently joins your date for lunch? Mission accomplished. Mortified when a trio of round men dressed as superheroes ask your neighbors for donations to improve your financial situation? Juan Carlos Granda considers hisRead More →