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hd parque cristÓbal gran canaria in playa del inglés“The
just jobs which are to be had,” Francisco laments,
“are for independent workers and commission-based.” Prospects for such form of jobs must register as self-employed and cover the monthly 260 euro Social Security
tax, in addition to job-related expenses such as gasoline.

“i merely haven't any methods to agree to such jobs.”

Francisco underlines he does not discard the option that he has not worked once in the underground economy while receiving unemployment benefits,
but. It.“If I have to go underground and do jobs in some places to feed my
children, I’ll do”

A study that is recent by Visa European countries estimates that Spain’s black colored market economy amounts to over 200 billion euros,
nearly 18 per cent for the country’s GDP. The underground economy represents a
higher share at 28 percent in the Canary Islands.

Although Carolina’s child is affected by the household's sudden impoverishment, her
situation isn't yet because bad as that of many other kiddies in the
Canaries for who the college dinner provides the only chance to
consume a full-meal throughout the day.
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Maps for the Islands that is canary drawn William Dampier during his voyage to New Holland in 1699.

Following the conquest, the Castilians imposed a new financial model, centered on single-crop
cultivation: very first sugar cane; then wine, an essential item of trade with
England. The first institutions of colonial government were founded in this era.

Both Gran Canaria and Tenerife, a colony that is spanish 1495, had separate governors.

The towns and cities of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
and Santa Cruz de Tenerife became a stopping point for the conquerors that are spanish traders, and missionaries on their solution to the New World.

This trade route brought prosperity that is great a few of the social sectors for the islands.
The islands became quite rich and quickly had been attracting merchants and
adventurers from all over Europe. Magnificent palaces
and churches had been constructed on the island of La Palma during this busy, prosperous duration. The Church of El Salvador survives among the area's best examples of
the architecture associated with the 1500s.

The Canaries' wealth invited attacks by pirates and
privateers. Ottoman Turkish admiral and privateer Kemal Reis ventured to the Canaries in 1501, while Murat Reis the
Elder grabbed Lanzarote in 1585.

Probably the most severe attack took place in 1599, through the Dutch War of Independence.
A Dutch fleet of 74 ships and 12,000 men, commanded by
Johan Van der Does, attacked the capital, Las Palmas, that has been home
to gran that is nearly half's population). The Castillo was
attacked by the Dutch de la Luz, which guarded the harbor.
The Canarians evacuated civilians from the town, and also
the Castillo surrendered ( not the town). The Dutch moved inland, but Canarian cavalry drove them
back again to Tamaraceite, near the town.