This week we chat about the ever-increasing price of energy and what the government plans to do about it; new car sales in Spain still not improving; and without Lionel Messi, what's La Liga going to look like this year?
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This week in Spain 26
19:16This week we chat about Deliveroo in Spain and their plan to abandon the country in wake of the new rider law; the new digital DNI and the country's move towards digitalisation; and the Bank of Spain warns parts of the population may have difficulties to access cash as banks and ATMs disappear in rural Spain.
This week in Spain 25
19:51This week we chat about Spain's massive public service job offer; two Spanish companies that are looking to expand in international markets - bus company Alsa and supermarket chain Coviran; and Madrid's Pasaje de la Luz and its recent classification as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This week in Spain episode 24
19:59This week we chat about keeping cash at home in Spain and if it is a good idea or not; the telecom sector's promise not to call at certain times of the day; a new bank merger in Spain between former savings banks; and PM Sanchez's trip to the United States.
This week in Spain episode 22
20:33This week we chat about teleworking in Spain and if it will continue when the pandemic subsides or whether it is here to stay; the reasons why international investors are buying luxury hotels in Barcelona; Spain is moving towards a greener economy and there is a lot of planned investment in gigafactories.
This week in Spain episode 21
20:39This week we chat about the government's plan to get streaming services like Netflix to finance state broadcaster RTVE; the peseta and how last Wednesday was last day to exchange your pesetas for euros; and Repsol's new list of some of the best places to eat and drink in Spain
This week in Spain episode 19
17:26This week we chat about Spain's record amount of debt and whether or not the government has a plan to lower it; the recovery of Madrid's luxury hotel sector with 13 establishments recently reopening; and buying refurbished vs new, ready-to-live-in apartments in Spain.