Barcelona

Barcelona, a city to live together

Lluís Martínez Sistach's picture

From the 3rd to the 5th of October, Barcelona held the 25th International Meeting of Prayer for Peace. Without exaggeration, we can say that this Meeting was a success. We can also say that 5,000 people from other countries went back home after having fallen in love with Barcelona as well as the other cities in Catalonia where related-events took place, such as Tarragona, Vic, Manresa, Terrassa, Badalona, and Sant Feliu de Llobregat.

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The Barcelona Stock Exchange

Joan Hortalà i Arau's picture

The Barcelona Stock Exchange was organised as a “Free Market” until 1914, refusing the possibility of becoming an official market when the 1831 law was passed , which regulated the creation of this kind of establishments. In fact, the Madrid Stock Exchange was formed under this law.

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Internationalisation and innovation, the main axes of Fira de Barcelona

Josep Lluís Bonet's picture

Through the years, one of Fira de Barcelona’s (Barcelona’s Trade Fair)best assets has been its capacity to adapt to the needs of companies and industries. Today, within the framework of a globalised economy, which is also facing a deep crisis, our institution is an unquestionable benchmark that goes side by side with industries, entrepreneurs and initiatives that generate growth, wealth and labour.

 

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(Barcelona is) The place to be

Miquel Valls's picture

Among all the cities worth their salt, Barcelona has always been associated with fun, sun and culture. But, more than ever, our city is becoming today a major business attraction pole and, in many other aspects, it is one of Europe’s leading cities.

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