The association of consumers Adicae has presented a campaign with 107 collective lawsuits against different financial entities for the “total return of mortgage expenses” that could amount to about 1,000 euros. Adicae hopes that this claim “will be referred to the European Court of Justice for a preliminary ruling” just as it happened “with the floor clauses” that finally gave “the reason to the consumers”. The possibility of a hard Printable Weekly Calendar 2019 or an extension that extends the current uncertainty is closely followed by the 1,569 branches of British companies installed in Spain, which have a commercial relationship with 818 parent companies on British soil and whose departure from the community club will modify its operations, according to estimates from a study by Informa D & B.
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In 2017, British subsidiaries in Spain generated 30,358 million euros and employed 113,854 people. Almost half of these companies are concentrated in Madrid (46.21%), followed by Catalonia with 19.76% and Andalusia with 10.20%. Similarly, much of its turnover was developed in Madrid and the Balearic Islands. By sector, the largest number of affiliates of British companies was dedicated to business services (22.69% of the total), corresponding to consulting activities and advertising agency. This group of companies generated 17.08% of the turnover. It is followed by those dedicated to Construction (14.98%) and Commerce (14.15%), which represent almost a third of what British affiliates invoice.
Revenues that in 72.08% of the cases (1,131 subsidiaries) that have meant a turnover of less than 6 million euros. Only 3.95%, 62 companies, entered over 100 million euros. In general, according to Informa D & B, these companies represented a medium or low credit risk in 75.38% of the cases. Only 85 subsidiaries would be a very risky bet from the credit point of view. Zara, the flagship of the Printable Weekly Calendar 2019 Group, rises and ranks as the second most valued international fashion brand in the world, just behind Nike, according to the Apparel 2019 classification, developed by Brand Finance. In particular, Zara and Adidas, which completes the ‘top 3’ world, have taken advantage of the fall of two seats of the Swedish firm H & M, which descends to the fourth position and leaves the podium of the most valued brands.