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Life on the farm was on a smaller scale when Alberto Pascual was young: just him, his father, a mercenary and about fifty pigs. Today, the 44-year-old Spanish agricultural engineer owns five farms with more than 40,000 pigs between them. For Mr. Pascual and others like him, the development of pig farming in Spain, a …

Mexico continues to face an escalating coronavirus outbreak – and an economic beating. The country reopened its economy in June without controlling its first wave of COVID-19, and the aftermath has become a warning about the opposition between the economy and public health. Related: COVID-19 wreaks havoc among Mexican health workers Tourism is the main …

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is presented to you in collaboration with the European Commission. In order to complement the current changes in the European economy, clear objectives should be put in place to ensure social justice in the labor market. In a resolution which was adopted today by 616 votes in favor, 22 against and …

Coronavirus pandemic caused 20-year setback in Balearic economy in just 9 months and the islands are likely to be one of the hardest hit places in Europe and possibly the world. Balearic government cut forecast for gross domestic product from 28.8% to 25.4%, which means that the wealth per capita of the citizens of the …