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Governments and Brussels told that moves such as Spain’s windfall levy imperil green transition
Member states reject Commission proposal to have Spanish police stationed at British territory’s port and airport
Budget minister’s vow may put pressure on US and EU holdouts to get on board at global meeting
Algeria plans to shut down pipeline that passes through Morocco to Spain
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Carles Puigdemont to appear before court in Sardinia next month after Spanish legal request
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Temporary tax cuts among range of measures approved by Madrid to protect consumers
Cooler heads must prevail to let markets function properly
Spanish tie-up offers potential blueprint on financing for teams that traditionally struggle to attract investors
Portugal steps up social spending and the two Socialist-led administrations argue for ‘fair recovery’ from pandemic
Alternative indicators point to strong third quarter but some areas of economy lag behind
In Europe’s most affected country, the agricultural overuse of water is made worse by climate change
Critics say renovation programme repeats country’s focus on construction sector to revive economy
None have proved significantly better at handling Covid-19, but a country’s population size could matter
Split blamed on financial regulations as Spanish league roiled over private equity deal
Loosening of Covid restrictions boosted demand, widely watched business survey finds
Deputy prime minister highlights cost to consumers of bloc’s strategy to cut carbon emissions
Teresa Ribera suggests high energy costs could cause a backlash toward carbon-cutting initiatives
Food delivery group says it would bear ‘disproportionate level’ of investment to remain competitive in market
Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein seeks substantial damages at High Court in London
Businesses on tourism-reliant Spanish island forced to adjust to ever-changing travel rules
Raab says Brussels’ draft mandate undermines sovereignty and violates terms agreed with Spain