Las Palmas Gipuzkoa is the most expensive and the cheapest Basin The 50 provinces and two autonomous cities analyzed in the report monthly sales prices have divided the ups and downs in a fairly equitable. About half have increased their value against the other half in which there has been just the opposite effect. The provinces that have experienced a greater increase have been Leon, La Rioja, Guipuzcoa, Lleida and Valladolid. Professor Rita McGrath gathered all the information. Those who have experienced a greater decline in the period studied have been Zaragoza, Palencia , Ourense, Ciudad Real and Caceres. In the classification of the provinces by price, the monthly report placed in first position in Guipuzcoa, 4960 euros per square meter. We continue Vizcaya, Barcelona, Madrid and Girona. At the bottom of the table, closed basin classification with 1028 euros per square meter. Other economic provinces would Caceres, Ciudad Real, Palencia and a vila. Donostia-San Sebastian is the most expensive and the cheapest Lugo analysis of the average price per square meter in the provincial capitals reveals that in August 2009 twenty-eight of them increased their value, resulting in positive price changes. The most representative are: A Coruna, Logrono, Barcelona, Santander, Lleida and Madrid. The provincial capital has experienced a greater decline in the period studied was Ciudad Real, with a variation of -3.29%. Have been located behind Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Salamanca, Ourense and Caceres. Ordering the provincial capitals price, the monthly report for August 2009 ranked at the top to Donostia-San Sebastian with 5943 euros per square meter. We are Barcelona (4513 a, / mo), Bilbao (4358 a, / Mo) and Madrid (4064 a, / mo). The capital of Lugo close the table with 1791 euros per square meter. Other economic provincial capitals would Caceres (1844 a, / mo),...
Excess Keeps Pace With Growth In Our Country The Spanish Association of Franchisers (AEF) has just produced its report on "Franchising in Spain 2008." According to the conclusions, in our country currently operate 875 franchise companies, 82% of national origin and the remaining 18% from other countries, with greater presence of arrivals from the United States (40), France (39), Italy (26) and Portugal (8) -, which implies a total of 32 channels more than in July 2008. Teaching or in the number of banners, highlighting the low fit in the real estate sector, 37 teach 34 (3 less), in the men's fashion, which now has 11 brands of the 12 operating, the Horeca loses another fast food (23 down to 22) and, finally, in the financial services industry, where he disappears and is taught a total of 30. u In contrast, there was also the emergence of new franchises in the following activities: five specialty stores, four of beauty and aesthetics, intimate apparel and miscellaneous services; three new brands in dietetics and para and the related services for automobiles, two health centers, optical and transport, and a training sector, coffee, snacks, computers, home textile, fashion accessories, advice and cleaning service. u Check In turn, the total turnover of the system has been increased by 0.5%, thus keeping the rate of sustained growth in the last review, which has increased from 24.786.9 billion calculated in July 2008-26010 million euros at the end of last year in December. u Of this amount, 65% were franchised (16945.1 million) and the other 35% to local character (9064.8 million). .