Spain’s industries: textiles and apparel (including footwear), food and beverages, metals and metal manufacturers, chemicals, shipbuilding, automobiles, machine tools, tourism, clay and refractory products, footwear, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment.
Spain’s export partners are: France 18.8%, Germany 10.8%, Portugal 8.6%, Italy 8.5%, UK 7.6%, US 4.2%, further Spain’s imports partners are: Germany 15.7%, France 12.7%, Italy 8.4%, China 5.8%, UK 4.8%, Netherlands 4.6%.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) forecasts that, housing building activity will continue to decline in 2009 and possibly further, owing to a large surplus of unsold homes.
By contrast, public consumption and public investment will continue to grow, partly prompted by government’s measures to stem the downturn (though private investment will contract).
EIU forecast that GDP will contract by 0.6% in 2009, after edging up by just 0.9% over 2008 as a whole. Real GDP growth is expected to rebound modestly in 2010 (to grow by 1.6%), although there is a possibility that the recovery will be delayed (EIU, 2008)
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Marca incorporated their new logo of telecom company, Movistar , into their main headline http://www.newsdesigner.com/archives/002142.php
Alfredo Arceo titled, “ Public relations in Spain: an Introduction.”
“… Yet, most public relations practitioners are only using their field techniques to solve specific client problems. Thus, they define their know-how using such terminology as corporate image, corporate communication, reputation management, and the like, rather than using a public relations concept as their intellectual domain.”
“… only activity of a public relations department is based on writing and sending press releases and, later, doing clippings.”
Scott Cutlip and Allen Center define public relations in their book Effective Public Relations as: “…the planned effort to influence opinion through good character and responsible performance, based upon mutually satisfactory two-way communications.”
Evidence of increasing number of internal communications departments within companies (65%) and view communication as a strategic function (72%)
Once companies realize it’s value, public relations will successfully lead them to prosperous relationships and valuable dialogue with their publics
According to the Nielsen Net ratings there are 21,772,334 Internet users in Spain as of June 2007 i.e. 48.4% of the population of that country
There is a huge monopoly of Telefonica in Spain, which still maintains the telephones lines and makes it difficult for the competitions to enter the market Year Users Population % Pop. Usage Source 2000 5,387,800 40,827,300 13.2 % ITU 2004 14,095,451 43,435,136 32.5 % Nielsen//Net Ratings 2006 19,765,032 45,003,663 43.9 % Nielsen//Net Ratings 2007 21,772,334 45,003,663 48.4 % Nielsen//Net Ratings