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Spanish pharmacy Disentangling Spain’s new medical prescription co-payment process Now that Spain's new co-payment system for medications and prescription charges has come into effect we are beginning to see what the process looks like. There has been a lot of anxiety among residents of all nationalities about what the implications might be. This has not been helped by the... Read More »
Studying Portuguese Where to learn Portuguese Expatica presents its list of language schools in Lisbon and Porto, as well as a selection of online courses.... Read More »
US dollar to euro hits 2-month high, as US spending cuts kick in The US dollar has hit its highest rate against the euro since early January, as investors seek refuge from US spending cuts in the greenback, and Italy flounders following its election.... Read More »
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    US dollar to euro hits 2-month high, as US spending cuts kick in
  1. The US dollar has hit its highest rate against the euro since early January, as investors seek refuge from US spending cuts in the greenback, and Italy flounders following its election.... No Comments / Read More »
  2. Expats seize the day amid Spain’s property market uncertainty
  3. Spain's Costa BravaHome prices are still dropping across the country. But foreign buyers need to read carefully between the lines of the figures and forecasts being offered.... 5 Comments / Read More »
  4. Euro wobbles as ECB hints at intervention to curb its strength
  5. Last week, following the euro’s stellar gains in January, I asked the question, how high will the euro rise? Well, this week it seems we have an answer, as the euro not only stabilises but actually falls against the pound and US dollar.... No Comments / Read More »
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  3. New rules raise requirements for applying for residency in Spain
  4. Disentangling Spain’s new medical prescription co-payment process
  5. New co-payment scheme for Spanish medical prescriptions
  6. Despite slump, Scandinavians still show interest in Spanish real estate
  7. Embassies and consulates in Spain
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  10. Buying a home in Spain: Dealing with new property defects
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  2. Visas and residency permits for Portugal
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