Mediamarkt Opens New Store in Mijas’s Miramar

Mediamarkt Opens New Store in Mijas’s Miramar. Image: Wikimedia

RETAILER Mediamarkt has opened its new store in Mijas’s Miramar shopping park.

The company opened Mediamarkt’s new store in Miramar in Mijas.
According to Spanish newspaper Sur, the leading international chain has inaugurated its new establishment in Miramar on the Costa del Sol, in Mijas.
The company has reportedly introduced measures for the pandemic in the new premises, including collection lockers for online orders.
The new store offers nearly 1,600 square metres and its spaces and services have been adapted, in line with the company’s business model, to preserve the safety of customers and employees.
It also offers individual lockers for the collection of orders that are made online and also allows the sending products that customers order from the website of the store.
The news comes after it emerged that Andalucia’s reached € 2,534 million last February, yielding a positive trade surplus of € 481 million.
The Andalucian foreign exports sector in February showed clear signs of reactivation in international markets and produced better performance than the national average, which registered a fall of 1.9 per cent to € 23,542 million.
The Junta de Andalucia is also promoting ‘TRADE’, which is a new strategy aimed at attracting investment into the region.
Minister of Economic Transformation, Rogelio Velasco, Andalucia wanted to attract foreign investment and that they would be working out how to distribute the European Funds for economic recovery.
According to Spain’s President Pedro Sanchez, €140 billion in EU funds could lead to the economic recovery.
Full details of the plan have not been released but Sanchez spoke about how the money could be spent in the forthcoming years.
Speaking of the investment the President explained that, “this plan is the greatest opportunity for Spain since its admission into the EU.”
It is expected that around €72 billion could be handed out in the form of grants to Spain.

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Sally Underwood

Sally Underwood is a former aide to several former cabinet members and now contributes her views on Parliament’s ever-changing shape in her column for the Euro Weekly News.