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a region of northeastern Spain

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I was at a disadvantage going into Catalunya because I was going up against guys who had some hard racing in their legs after Paris-Nice and Tirreno.'
Edmygwn ddewrder pobl Catalunya yn mynd rhagddynt a'r holl fygythiadau o du Sbaen.
The buyer said that Catalunya Banc, which operates mainly in Catalonia, has a client roster of 1.5m as well as EUR63bn of assets and net equity of EUR2.5bn, would double its market share in the region, while establishing it as the most relevant sector player in Spain.
Set amidst the backdrop that inspired Dali and Gaudi, PGA Catalunya Resort Golf is ideally situated on 300 hectares just minutes from the cultural streets of Girona, a quick drive outside the diverse city life in Barcelona and an hour from the slopes of the Pyrenees for world-class ski resorts.
The move comes as finance minister, Luis de Guindos, is considering a plan to protect the value of the state's investment in the banks to avoid selling Catalunya Banc and Novagalicia Banco at low prices, the report said.
PGA Catalunya is a luxury resort spread over 300 hectares of countryside and around two world-class golf courses.
Following the deal, which is pending anti-trust clearance, about eight employees from ABAC Catalunya will join Atlas Copco's organisation in Spain.
Moreover, Moody's confirmed the A3/P-2 senior and the Baa1 subordinated debt/deposit ratings of Caixa Catalunya keeping the current "negative" outlook.
Hamilton, 23, was jeered and insulted when he moved between the McLaren motor home and the team's garage at the Circuit de Catalunya, in Montmelo, near Barcelona.
The Italian and Catalunya GPs are now a week later.
Frenchman Gilles Panizzi grabbed victory on the final stage of the Catalunya Rally to snatch the event win but there was some consolation for second-placed Sebastien Loeb.
FRENCHMAN Gilles Panizzi grabbed victory on the final stage of the Catalunya Rally to snatch the event win, but there was some consolation for second-placed Sebastien Loeb.
Caixa Catalunya, leading savings banks in Spain, has deployed a comprehensive access network security framework from Nortel Networks (NYSE:NT)(TSX:NT) including key products from Nortel Networks Unified Security Architecture.
The Scot feels the Catalunya Rally will provide him with a good chance of picking up some points, although he has failed to finish any of the last five rallies.
Sol Melia, the Spanish hotel chain, sold the Melia Bavaro of Punta Cana to the Grupo Princess of Catalunya, Spain, reports the Barcelona daily La Vanguardia (July 10, 2000).