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Title: The owner of the Asador Guadalmina in Marbella says he's suffered losses of up to 45%
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It’s now been a month since the Marbella restaurant, the Asador Guadalmina, reopened in San Pedro de Alcántara as a smoke-free zone, and th...




It’s now been a month since the Marbella restaurant, the Asador Guadalmina, reopened in San Pedro de Alcántara as a smoke-free zone, and the owner says he has suffered losses of between 40 and 45% during that time.

José Eugenio Arias Camisón’s establishment was closed down on February 10 for failing to comply with Spain’s new smoking legislation which came into force on January 2 this year. He reopened a month later, after giving a written commitment that he would comply with the law, but now says he may have to close down if his income does not improve.

The restaurant owner told the EFE news agency that he has as yet had no reply from the Partido Popular to his question on what the party plans ‘to do with this law when they win the elections.’

His appeal against the closure order served on his restaurant by the Junta de Andalucía is however under consideration by the Andalucía High Court of Justice. Arias-Camisón has also warned of a possible mutiny against the legislation by all businesses in the hostelry sector.

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