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Empty restaurant terraces on Barcelona's Rambla Catalunya during the state of alarm (by Àlex Recolons)

06 May 2020 06:36 PM

Barcelona will let café and restaurant terraces take up more space

Council also lowers tax on outdoor seating by 75%
Cars for sale at a dealership in Mataró (by Josep Ramon Torné)

04 May 2020 10:07 PM

Automotive industry suffers worst month for new registrations in 20 years

Nissan factory staff begin indefinite strike to protest lack of clarity over future

Catalonia takes first steps towards new normality

04 May 2020 03:06 PM

Retail activity resumes with doubts over rules as Phase Zero of lockdown easing begins

Six in ten small shops open with limitations, says business association

Demand for protective screens soars

03 May 2020 10:52 AM

Return to work sees demand for protective screens soar

Firms supplying methacrylate plastic and making partitions overwhelmed as businesses prepare for lifting of health restrictions
Javier Pacheco and Camil Ros, leaders of Catalonia's main unions, CCOO and UGT, on May 1, 2020 (by CCOO)

01 May 2020 02:27 PM

Unions call for no budget cuts after health crisis on Labor Day

Unprecedented May 1 due to lockdown with no rallies in the streets, but with a 'virtual demonstration' on social media

Catalan GDP drop of this magnitude last seen during Spanish Civil War, says Pere Aragonés

30 April 2020 10:23 AM

Spain's GDP plummets by 5.2% in first quarter of 2020

Impact on Covid-19 in economy begins to be felt, with unprecedented drop at least since 1970

Empty restaurant terraces in Girona on April 29, 2020 (by Marina López)

29 April 2020 08:03 PM

Restaurants resort to home delivery to offset losses from health crisis

Uncertainty in Girona's hospitality sector raises fears that up to 20% of eateries will be forced to close down
Children carrying out adventure activity (Courtesy of Eix Estels)

29 April 2020 04:02 PM

Kids' camps ask for aid ahead of 'uncertain' summer

Industry demands government "co-responsibility" while schools make autumn reservations
Potatoes and onions for sale in a shop in Barcelona's Sant Antoni district, October 2018, (by Andrea Zamorano)

27 April 2020 08:25 PM

Sale of vegetables, fruit, and frozen fish soars during coronavirus lockdown

Bonpreu study says prices remain same, while Nielsen report finds record online supermarket sales across Spain
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