Unemployment rates among Romanian immigrants in Spain raised in October by 11.3% (3,597 people) as compared to the previous month, up to 35,300, the Spanish Labor Public Service reveals, NewsIn informs.

In October, most Romanian unemployed were registered in the Madrid region, 8,010 followed by the Valencia region with 6,364 and Castilla de Mancha with 5,140. Spanish authorities registered in October a great number of non employed coming from Catalonia, Andalusia and Aragon.

According to official data, Spain will enter in recession most probably in its fourth quarter since the activity in the constructions sector slowed down and the consumption rates decreased significantly.