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Spain’s miners face annihilation but it’s coming up roses for bankers and employers

Goldman Sachs is working up a tidy little plan to profit from the misery of Spain’s miners. In the Asturian port of El Musel rest hundreds of thousands of tonnes of Colombian coal. The owner – the US-based multinational bank – paid for the black stuff in cash and intends to sell it in the … Continue reading

More protests predicted as Rajoy unveils budget for privileged

Opposition parties have  slammed the right-wing government’s tax and spending plans for 2012  with the radical United Left party seeing them as demonstrating ‘intolerance’ towards the majority’ and a ‘give-away’ for a ‘privileged few’. The administration of Mariano Rajoy, elected last November in a landslide victory against the Socialists, revealed Tuesday details of one of the most … Continue reading

Golden goodbyes for bosses as workers fast tracked to dole

Labour reforms make firing Spanish workers cheap. But it’s still a golden hand-shake for their bosses. It’s yet another case of one rule for the many and another for the lucky few. Spain’s right-wing government recently passed changes to labour laws that will make it much easier and cheaper for bosses to fire their workers. The … Continue reading

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