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31.1% of all those in work in the Balearics are employed in the tourism sector, way above the national average of 13.5%.
Represents “a turn to the left” which “will redistribute wealth and diminish inequalities”.
Foreign visitors to the Balearics have so far spent nearly seven per cent more than last year.
Cruise passengers spend an average of 112 euros per day in port.
Spain received a total of 4.31 million business tourists last year or 6.6% of the total, representing a 6% increase over 2013.
84% of people in the Balearics believe that they have a good quality of life.
The profit fell short of an average forecast of 307 million.
In September, there were 7.2 million tourists, which was up by 2.2% over 2014, with the UK providing the most.
Unemployment in the Balearics for the third quarter was down by 13.6% (14,000).
In the Balearics, where there was one of the highest proportions of ni-nis last year, the number is down by six points.
The rate was 23.8% in 2014, which is the lowest for five years.
Spain has left behind recession and is now growing at one of the fastest rates in the euro zone, according to official figures.
Soria describes the summer’s tourism as having been “extraordinary” with “millions of consumers”.
The social income will ensure that all families in the Balearics are able to cover the cost of basic necessities.
The most recent information indicates that in the past year some 160,000 cycling tourists came to the island.
Deputy prime minister calls for a boost in shopping tourism to end the "seasonal nature" of the sector.
The GDP contribution from tourism rose by almost 3% to 12,000 million euros, the fourth consecutive year of growth.
Across Spain as a whole, unemployment was up in September by 0.64%, giving a total unemployed figure of 4,094,042.