Spanish making a comeback in Vicar

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THE population of Vicar grew by 357 during the first six months of this year.
The official count of 24,962 inhabitants is now only a few short of the 25,000 target that the town has set itself for 2015.
According to the municipal padron, the town now has 24,962 registered inhabitants, of whom 13,310 are male and 11,652 female. Exactly 17,867 of the total population are Spanish and almost half of them – 8,970 – are male.
The number of Spanish nationals has gradually increased and now make up 71.57 per cent of Vicar’s population, compared with around 66 per cent three years ago.

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