Prensa Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Prensa After 10N

With the backdrop of an accelerating economic slowdown, the curtain has been raised for us to see the spectacle of two politicians paired by their ambition and weakness. They star in a play between entanglement and drama. What has little mystery is the outcome. It will end badly, even if not soon.

Prensa Belén Becerril: "The EU helped Central and Eastern Europe move towards democracy, human rights and an open economy"

"Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the challenges have not been overcome and in some EU states the rule of law is being questioned. The EU is more than a provider of funds; it is a space of shared values”.

Prensa Fernando Fernández: “It was the end of socialism as an alternative economic model that does not produce equality or prosperity”

The collapse of the Berlin Wall had important consequences for the world economy, fundamentally the end of the alternative to capitalism; the end of the socialist model as a competitive and equal alternative. An economic model that does not produce equality or prosperity.

Prensa José María Aznar: “The demolition of the Berlin Wall was a great triumph of liberal democracy”

"We commemorate a great triumph of freedom and we have much to celebrate, but we must also begin an era of being very alert in defence of our free and open societies”.

Prensa Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Prensa Analysis about the platform economy and its regulation

The groundbreaking innovation in service delivery progresses at a lightning speed and the current technology, not the future technology but the one that already exists, makes possible to share knowledge about goods and services to exchange them in a more efficient way. Rocio Albert, asks to establish new “game” rules for everyone, the reason is that the digital transformation has turned them upside down in such a way that the existent rules make no sense.

Prensa Framework and Outlook of the Spanish Space Sector

“The space sector today provides services worldwide without which our society would not operate properly: if the satellites should be silenced, world economy would collapse” “The space sector is a productive sector that provides services necessary for citizens in developed countries” “Countries that have a Space Program have an important tool of international policy that, without major economic efforts, can provide significant results” “Spain should recover the position it deserves given its economic, technological and social level in Europe. A country having space capacity has a key tool for the future”

Prensa The Central Government Budget for 2006

The Spanish economy has a strong degree of momentum in terms of economic growth (above the European average) based on the significant expansion of domestic demand. Over the year and a half in which the present government has been in power, not a single significant economic measure has been introduced, although the effects of previous reforms continue to be felt.

Prensa Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

11.28.2019. Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Prensa After 10N

11.14.2019. With the backdrop of an accelerating economic slowdown, the curtain has been raised for us to see the spectacle of two politicians paired by their ambition and weakness. They star in a play between entanglement and drama. What has little mystery is the outcome. It will end badly, even if not soon.

Prensa Belén Becerril: "The EU helped Central and Eastern Europe move towards democracy, human rights and an open economy"

11.07.2019. "Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the challenges have not been overcome and in some EU states the rule of law is being questioned. The EU is more than a provider of funds; it is a space of shared values”.

Prensa Fernando Fernández: “It was the end of socialism as an alternative economic model that does not produce equality or prosperity”

11.04.2019. The collapse of the Berlin Wall had important consequences for the world economy, fundamentally the end of the alternative to capitalism; the end of the socialist model as a competitive and equal alternative. An economic model that does not produce equality or prosperity.

Prensa José María Aznar: “The demolition of the Berlin Wall was a great triumph of liberal democracy”

10.28.2019. "We commemorate a great triumph of freedom and we have much to celebrate, but we must also begin an era of being very alert in defence of our free and open societies”.

Publicaciones Circular economy: need and opportunity for Spain

11.28.2019. Europe has made the circular economy one of its political priorities and Spain is committed to moving in this direction. This FAES Paper gathers reflections and recommendations on the challenges and opportunities that underlie this paradigm shift.

Publicaciones Analysis about the platform economy and its regulation

03.20.2018. The groundbreaking innovation in service delivery progresses at a lightning speed and the current technology, not the future technology but the one that already exists, makes possible to share knowledge about goods and services to exchange them in a more efficient way. Rocio Albert, asks to establish new “game” rules for everyone, the reason is that the digital transformation has turned them upside down in such a way that the existent rules make no sense.

Publicaciones Framework and Outlook of the Spanish Space Sector

10.21.2014. “The space sector today provides services worldwide without which our society would not operate properly: if the satellites should be silenced, world economy would collapse” “The space sector is a productive sector that provides services necessary for citizens in developed countries” “Countries that have a Space Program have an important tool of international policy that, without major economic efforts, can provide significant results” “Spain should recover the position it deserves given its economic, technological and social level in Europe. A country having space capacity has a key tool for the future”

Publicaciones The Central Government Budget for 2006

12.20.2005. The Spanish economy has a strong degree of momentum in terms of economic growth (above the European average) based on the significant expansion of domestic demand. Over the year and a half in which the present government has been in power, not a single significant economic measure has been introduced, although the effects of previous reforms continue to be felt.