The PSOE is committed to foreign trade for Huelva companies seeking internationalization

The PSOE considers foreign trade key to recover the Huelva companies that are committed to internationalization. In this sense, the Huelva senator and Socialist spokesman for Commerce in the Upper Chamber, Jesús González Márquez, has underlined the importance of vindicating the role of foreign trade of Spanish companies and has opted that “lhe internationalization of the economy of this country is one of the most solid bases of economic recovery “. González Márquez stressed that “it is necessary to address the new challenges of foreign trade, the consequences of the coronavirus crisis and future challenges after the economic recovery.”

These demonstrations are produced as a result of the Senate yesterday, by a large majority, passing a motion of the Socialist Group directed at urge the Government to implement an action plan for the internationalization of the Spanish economy and support for the foreign sector.



In this sense and after his speech in the Upper House, González has highlighted that the province of Huelva “has many companies that have commercial interests abroad, therefore, pushing their internationalization could be key for them to recover more agility and speed, with a suitable policy of relations with the countries with which this exchange of interests works ”, something that, as he stressed,“ we must address as a province , with all the socio-economic agents involved, to help together the speedy recovery of the provincial economy ”.

Give answers to exporting companies, where Huelva is a special reference, with palliative measures to address the urgent and future challenges focused on improving competitiveness and the necessary digital transformation ”are some of the issues that he considers important.

The senator highlighted in his speech that “the pandemic has changed our lives and imports and exports have suffered intensely.” Thus, the Government has launched a Shock Plan of more than 2,600 million euros, that are helping the recovery in terms of exports is already being noticed and there are reasons for optimism ”.

To continue making progress in this regard, the Huelva senator has indicated that “we must consider actions for future challenges: help expand the sector, manage the wave of protectionism we have suffered (USA) and the consequences of Brexit, address the energy dependence of our country, technologically strengthen our companies, carry out greater territorial diversification and promote the internationalization of our SMEs ”.

Jesús González Márquez has insisted that “the reality of the foreign sector serves as a solution for exiting the crisis. It should be the instrument to face the recovery with public aid, but it is everyone’s task. All the autonomous communities have reference products in international markets. All support actions will have a transversal benefit. It is in our hands. It is almost an obligation “. For this reason and knowing that in Huelva there are companies with excess interests abroad, Jesús González has considered this issue important for the province.

González Márquez has also criticized the PP for using the debate on this motion to “make only opposition” and forget about the foreign commercial sector ”. He addressed the popular bench in these terms: “Do you want to convey a good image of Spain? Well, don’t suggest that the solution to corruption is to sell your headquarters ”.

The socialist proposal was finally transacted and will take into account “the needs of the island and non-mainland territories and their companies” when implementing measures and “respecting the competence framework of the autonomous communities” in the implementation of the aforementioned plan. The initiative had 234 votes in favor and 21 abstentions.

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Visits in Sanlúcar de Guadiana fall due to the closure of Portugal

The mayor of Sanlúcar de Guadiana, José María Gómez, has highlighted the “minor movement” that occurs in this town on the border with Portugal, both due to the regional closure of Andalusia and the restrictions of the neighboring country due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Likewise, he pointed out that the virus and Brexit have caused British residents in the town to have extended their stays due to the current scenario in their country.

Along these lines, the mayor explained that the visits the town receives are mainly on weekends and that, due to the closure of Andalusia, they can only be Andalusian, when normally the movement with Portugal is frequent.



Gómez trusts that with the improvement of the weather, visits will be more encouraged, which tend to be spending the day in the town and eating in an establishment, in addition to enjoying the senderos.

In addition, he recalled that those who go to Sanlúcar del Guadiana cannot go through the river, -as was usual-, to Alcoutim due to restrictions and that it is not allowed to leave or enter Andalusia, except for justified reasons. Specifically, he has referred to the measures established in Andalusia as well as those that have been set in Portugal, where “everything closes at one o’clock”, which makes the environment “off” in the Portuguese country.

Likewise, the mayor recalled that almost a quarter of the population of Sanlúcar del Guadiana corresponds to British residing in the village and that, given the current situation, they have lengthened their stays as not many go in summer or now due to the difficult situation in the United Kingdom. British families are “upset” by the issue of Brexit but above all by Covid-19, as Gómez has indicated.

In the same way, Gómez has referred to the fact that this context has also led to foreign people living on their boats having to extend your period at the local port. The mayor estimates that there may be a hundred who are moored with their boats and make their lives later in the town.

Finally, he remarked that the town is practically free of Covid since there have hardly been cases since the beginning of the pandemic (only register three). However, the municipal councilor has stressed the importance of complying with the corresponding regulations to avoid infections.

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Huelva does not escape the freezing storm ‘Filomena’

Filomena, a name that until a week ago did not say anything to the majority of Huelva, has become the protagonist of most conversations. And although it seems that the cold front that bears this name is going to leave Huelva in the next few hours, the low temperatures of these days will still accompany the thermometers of the province next week.

Regarding the forecast for today, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), Cloudy skies are expected in Huelva without weak and scattered precipitations being ruled out, more likely during the first hours of the day. As for temperatures, the minimums continue to decline, highlighting the -1 degrees in Valverde del Camino or the zero in Almonte; while the maximums remain unchanged. Important data to take into account are the weak frosts that will occur in the interior of the province, as well as the winds from the west, which will be more intense on the coast.



Since it is so cold, surely the people of Huelva are wondering if it is possible that, After enduring these low temperatures, the beautiful photographs of the snowy cities can be repeated in Huelva that flood social networks these days.

As well, there is a high percentage of chances of seeing some flakes both today and tomorrow in Huelva. It will be in the northern municipalities, where the arrival of the storm Filomena will leave the snow level between 400 and 500 meters, according to the State Meteorological Agency. The possibilities are real.

Municipalities like Aracena have a 45% chance of receiving rainfall that, if they coincide with the hours of lower temperature, could be snow. Others such as Cortegana, Cala or Aroche are in the same situation. Flakes are most likely at night and early in the day.

The Aemet indicates that the storm FIlomena, located between the Peninsula and the Canary Islands, will approach the southwest of the peninsula, with instability in large areas of the south, center and east of the peninsula, Strait and the Balearic Islands, with almost general rains and showers. Snow, wind, cold, waves and rain will put 45 provinces and Ceuta at risk on January 9, which in the case of Castilla-La Mancha will be extreme, due to the snowfall that is forecast in Albacete, Cuenca and Toledo, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency, which forecasts heavy snowfalls in areas of the center, eastern interior and southeast peninsular interior, with fairly low snow levels, accumulating thicknesses that can exceed 10 centimeters and locally 20 centimeters.

Snow in Huelva is occasional and a motif for prints to remember. It is not usual, but it usually happens when cold fronts arrive that mainly run through the north of Huelva. In 2018 it snowed in the Sierra de Aracena, while in 2017 it did so on the same Huelva coast in something really unusual. Much further away is the great snowfall of 1954 in the capital, coinciding with the Candelaria festival, the last time it did so in the city.

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The covid is primed with the Recreativo group

The coronavirus is being primed in the last two days with the Recreativo de Huelva subgroup and for a sample, this last day, in which there have been more games postponed (3) than played (2, Marino-Las Palmas Atlético and Marbella-San Fernando).

During the first four days of the League in group 4A of Second B only one match was postponed, San Fernando-Recreativo de Huelva; Days 5 and 6 were played normally; In the 7th, the Algeciras-Cádiz B was not played due to positives in the team trained by the Huelva-born Juanma Pavón; and the ‘record’ has arrived this past weekend with the postponement of the Algeciras-Balompédica Linense matches (seven cases in the Balona); Tamaraceite-Recreativo de Huelva; and Cádiz B-Atlético Sanluqueño. And that taking into account that The Marbella-San Fernando clash received the approval of the Federation to be played yesterday despite the fact that on Saturday the Cadiz team detected two cases of coronavirus in its squad, one from a player and one from a member of the coaching staff.



All this causes a lag in the classification that translates into teams like Algeciras or Cádiz B having two pending matches. Next weekend (December 19-20) is scheduled for matches to be recovered, but it will still be impossible to complete all pending matches.

Recreativo is one of those affected, since on Friday it confirmed its fourth case since the preseason started (Moha Traoré, Moyano, Matheus Santana and the latter, whose name has not been provided); theoretically, when a positive is detected, the staff should remain confined for 10 days (before they were 15) and later the tests that are carried out must all be negative; If these dates are met, the albiazul team could not play next weekend, and the options to recover their match (it has to be before January 10, which is when the first round ends) would be January 3, or the 6, Three Kings Day (that day there is a Cup, but neither Recre nor Tamaraceite play it).

In subgroup 4B the situation is the opposite; In the first three days, several clashes had to be postponed due to covid (Murcia-Granada B; Betis-Murcia; Granada B-Sevilla Atlético; and Linares-Granada B), but all those matches have already been recovered and the classification is up to date.

In other groups the situation is similar, with several teams dragging postponed games, in some cases twice, such as Getafe; or how it happens In group 2, there are clubs that have played 9 games (Amorebieta) and others have only six (Racing de Santander).

The truth is On January 10, the first round closes and there should be no pending matches; Then the second will begin in the hope that the virus will give a truce and allow football to develop normally.

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Johnson and Von der Leyen agree to “redouble efforts” toward a post-Brexit deal

The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and the president of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, they agreed ‘Redouble efforts’ towards a post-Brexit deal in a telephone conversation held this Saturday, a British government spokesman said.

The source noted that during the call, planned to Taking stock of the negotiationsJohnson noted that, while progress has been made, “significant differences persist in several areas” of common concern, including competition and fisheries.

The two leaders agreed that their respective teams will continue negotiations next Monday in London in order to “Redouble efforts to reach an agreement”, which would enter into force at the end, on December 31, of the post-Brexit transition period, which was formally executed on January 31.

For their part, Johnson and Von der Leyen “will remain in contact,” the spokesman said. If they fail to negotiate a bilateral pact, as of January 1, 2021, the United Kingdom and the European Union (EU) will start trading based on the generic, less beneficial regulations of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

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▷ Meghan Markle’s vote in the US elections

Meghan Markle’s vote in the US elections.
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In these last American electionss  Meghan Markle has been encouraged to vote in its public comments. ‘Page Six’ has been confirmed by sources close to the Sussex that the Duchess voted days before by post, and they go further by adding that she would also have exercised her right as an American citizen if she continued to live in the United Kingdom.

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▷ The new virtual BlizzCon will be free for everyone: Blizzard says goodbye to the classic ticket in this edition

BlizzConline will be the event to learn more about Overwatch 2, Diablo 4, and other games.

Blizzard It has been holding a face-to-face event for 15 years where it announces news for its video games, and where fans can meet to participate in all kinds of activities related to their favorite titles. As we already knew, the 2020 pandemic has caused this BlizzCon to become “BlizzConline“an exclusively digital edition destined to maintain tradition from a safer perspective. And with this new format, they also arrive monetization changes.

In a video reviewing Blizzard-related news, products and services, President J. Allen Brack announces that BlizzConline, dated to February 19 and 20, will be free for all viewers. This is, in part, a first for the event: although the opening ceremony has always been free to watch, the rest of the tournaments, contests and collectibles were part of a virtual ticket of 40 dollars / euros.

In spite of everything, a good part of the activities which WoW parents are accustomed to, including competitions, cosplay contests or the fun march of the murlocs, where fans interpret these tribal fish with greater or lesser visual fidelity. Of course, we will also have ads.

In this edition, we will have to closely track Overwatch 2 Y Diablo IV, among other novelties. The former will add campaign heroes and PvE content to Blizzard’s cooperative shooter, while the latter will take a more sinister and traditional approach to the loot progression-based RPG series. Neither has a release date for now.

More about: Blizzard, BlizzConline, BlizzCon 2020, Diablo IV Y Overwatch 2.

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Flanders wields a 1666 treaty to fish in British waters even if Brexit fails

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Charles II of England had a hectic life. A woman he married in two separate ceremonies, no legitimate children, but a minimum of 12 with his lovers, a beheaded father, and himself spending nine years in exile before taking the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland after the Cromwell’s death. He spent three of his years in exile in the Flemish city of Bruges and, grateful for their hospitality, in 1666 he awarded them the Privilegie der Visscherie, the privilege of fishermen who gave 50 boats from that city rights …

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▷ Pregnant? Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have a secret kept for “confidential reason”

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October 30 2020, 11:28 am

Royal families do not usually have few members, so Meghan Markle and the prince harry They could be gearing up for the announcement of the arrival of a new royal baby.

According to British media reports, the Duchess of Sussex; who won a motion to delay the court battle with the British tabloid for a “confidential” reason, is pregnant and will confirm soon.

According to the report, the judge Mark Warby granted the delay after Meghan’s team gave a “confidential reason” for doing so.

With information from El Farandi

Shortly after the judge’s comments, royal fans began speculating about Meghan Markle’s pregnancy; as he won the bid for a confidential reason that was shared by his legal team in court.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry became parents to their first child Archie Harrison in May 2019. It has never been confirmed whether the couple will attempt to have children again. But nevertheless; The former ‘Suits’ star is speculated to be pregnant and will confirm soon.

The tabloid, citing a source, stated: “It seems certain that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will join your family.”

Meghan would surely be delighted when she emerged victorious in her bid to have a privacy action against a tabloid newspaper postponed for about nine months until next fall.

The trial was to begin in London in January 2021.

Prince Harry’s wife is suing Associated Newspapers by articles in the Mail on Sunday which included parts of a handwritten letter he had sent to his father, Thomas Markle, in August 2018. “My conclusion is that the correct decision in all circumstances is to grant the request”, said the judge. “That means that the test date of January 11, 2021 will become vacant and the test will be rescheduled for a new date in the fall.”

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Why is it getting harder and harder for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to spend Christmas in England?

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October 29 2020, 2:02 pm

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It will soon be a year since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left for the United States never to return. They announced it on January 18 after spending more than a month on vacation in Los Angeles, where they spent Christmas with Meghan’s mother instead of with the Royal Family, as had been tradition.

By Vanity Fair

Of course, before formally abandoning their life as royals, the Sussexes returned to the UK in March to say goodbye and finalize the deals for their long-awaited freedom, which was finally granted by Queen Elizabeth II in April. And since then, they have never seen each other again in person.

That is why all the British people were anxious to know how the next Christmas would go when Harry and Meghan had to return yes or yes to England. Although not for pleasure, but because on January 11 the trial that the dukes are holding against Associated Newspaper, which owns several tabloids, is scheduled to be held in London, which they accuse of publishing false information about them.

A legal battle that demands that the couple be present in the courtroom, something that in order to comply with it forces them to travel to England two weeks before the date of the trial to keep the corresponding quarantine that the British government requires of those who enter the country from United States.

But according to what has just been learned, finally that Christmas return could not take place. Well, the judge in charge of the case accepted the formal request that Harry and Meghan’s lawyers have sent to delay this meeting in court for several months.

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