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You start a business or want to live in Spain so you will get in touch with Spanish people. Already you have learned a little bit of Spanish and you also want to know more about the Spaniards themselves. To know more about them you could read a hand book or textbook about Spain.

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The rooted director.

The rooted director

Practical experience shows that many cultural barriers between Spain and other countries make it more difficult to manage the Spanish subsidiaries of international companies.

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Don´t worry ... (“No se preocupe ...”).

Don´t worry ... (“No se preocupe ...”).

Everybody who knows the Mediterranean knows this phrase. In Spain it is “No se preocupe” or in Italy “Non si preoccupare”. It carries good intentions and signifies the interest people take in good personal relationships. In Spain, the way you are treated is as important as what is said.

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Good gracious, that's my house.

Good gracious, that is my house.

The last ten years people of all walks of life have set up businesses in Spain as real estate brokers or intermediaries to make a living from the booming Spanish real estate sector. It is all very legitimate, but the quality of these brokers is often not very good and one has to be careful!

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Reverse negotiating.

Negociaciones a la inversa

Based on the newspapers and my own experience, Spanish are in a very bad financial shape. If the loans to project developers or the real estate they had o take back because of non paying borrowers would be valued against market value, they would be bankrupt. Instead politicians say that they are undercapitalized.

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Spanish banks anno 2012

The rooted director

Based on the newspapers and my own experience, Spanish are in a very bad financial shape. If the loans to project developers or the real estate they had o take back because of non paying borrowers would be valued against market value, they would be bankrupt. Instead politicians say that they are undercapitalized.

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