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Hi! I’ve lived in Spain for simply 20 years. My spouse is Spanish, my colleagues are Spanish, my people are Spanish and also firms are Spanish. Of these years There's no doubt that I’ve learned lots about “being Spanish”.
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[http://popularesdeyebes.blogspot.com.es/2013/02/el-alcalde-vuelve-mentir-en-el-asunto.html Joaquin Ormazabal Fernandez]
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If you wish to get into the under-exploited fast-growing Spanish market, you need to understand more than purely easy methods to speak Spanish. You need to realise Spanish customs, Spanish etiquette and Spanish business culture. Otherwise, you’ll try to be another American trying to “sell Spanish”.
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There are three favorite topics of conversation in Spain:
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Football (soccer)
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Sex.
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Politics.
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At this moment we’re planning to take a look at politics.
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To know Spanish politics you've got to be cognizant of four key issues:
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The legacy of Francisco Franco.
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The nationalists and the autonomous regions.
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Eta and the combat with terrorism.
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The Spanish integration into Europe
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Spain is often a constitutional monarchy that had been formed after forty years under the military dictatorship of Francisco Franco. Franco gained power following having a bloody civil war whose scars continue to be evident in the Spanish society. Many people’s grandparents fought and died in the fight against all sides.
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Although Spain will now be a consolidated European democracy the times during Franco left very clear marks. In the Spanish press its usual to hear references to the “two Spains” characterized by the more conservative right and the liberal left. After almost three decades, neither party maintains any ties to the old regime, but history is always a reasonable weapon to work with against political adversaries. The the truth is that both major parties in Spain are certainly more to the left than the democrats are in the U.S.A.
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[http://popularesdeyebes.blogspot.com.es/2013/02/el-alcalde-vuelve-mentir-en-el-asunto.html Joaquin Ormazabal Fernandez]
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One of the principle legacies of the dictatorship is the no resolution for many small “nationalisms” inside Spain. The fact is, Spain has four official languages and the central government was in constant negotiations with the three principle nationalist groups for you to maintain itself in power. These 3 groups are part of the Basque, Galician and Catalan regions.
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Resulting from the complicated electoral system in Spain, the nationalists have an overabundance power than there numbers indicate as reasonable. The reality is, they frequently behave as “hinge” parties which might be qualified to effect the balance of powers in Madrid. To be able to assure this power, the nationalist parties are always looking for great reasons to “sell” their suggestions for the those who live in their regions. Which you find in for quite interesting politics!
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Unquestionably the most negative force in Spanish politics is the Basque terrorist group called Eta. This group has long been setting off bombs and shooting people more than 4 decades. Although progress has been given, they're just still a heavy problem for each and every Spanish government.
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[http://popularesdeyebes.blogspot.com.es/2013/02/el-alcalde-vuelve-mentir-en-el-asunto.html Joaquin Ormazabal Fernandez]
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Finally, the incorporation of Spain in the European community and the adoption of the euro (abandoning the peseta) is the most overwhelming force working on Spanish society for the past 2 decades. A lot of the major infrastructures are already built using European funds and the spectacular development of the Spanish economy is largely as a consequence of the important things about joining the EC.
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If you'd like to do business in Spain, it’s a great idea to understand the basics in their political system.
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