Continuing fiscal consolidation, banking sector restructuring and structural reforms, particularly in the labour market, have borne fruit and driven the Spanish economy onto a faster growth track, making the country a stronger performer among its euro zone’s peers in terms of GDP growth.
El Corte Ingles is Spain’s only department store chain. Its response to the economic downturn, particularly with regard to sourcing strategies and product requirements, merits close attention by those Hong Kong exporters targeting the Spanish market. More
Hong Kong has proved itself an effective partner for Spanish companies seeking a sourcing hub and also as a gateway into the Asia market for the country’s manufacturers, particularly in the footwear, sporting goods and baby clothes sectors. More
While many would primarily associate Barcelona’s creativity with Antoni Gaudi, the celebrated Spanish architect, the city’s prowess in the field of design goes well beyond that. It has long nurtured many creative sectors, notably street fashion, addictive mobile games, futuristic furniture, interior design and architecture. More
The Spanish economy is on the recovery track after several years of comparative stagnation. In order to successfully trade with Spain, Hong Kong companies need to adapt to the fact that today’s Spanish consumers particularly favour value-for-money offers, while assisting the growing number of Spanish exporters looking to find buyers and/or distributors in Asia. More
Barcelona, traditionally an important cultural centre and a major tourist destination, has fast evolved into a key logistics player in the Mediterranean and Southern Europe, thanks, in part, to its strategic geographic location. Hong Kong logistics players are now poised to benefit from the city’s success in challenging for the region’s logistics crown. More