The glass bottles that line the walls of the glass warehouse in the tiny village of Soto, on the outskirts of Barcelona, look more like a storage room than a place to sell glass.
The bottle cap and bottle, a few centimeters long, are adorned with a small silver ring that is meant to symbolize the glass’s value.
The warehouse, located at a corner of a rural road, is a few meters from the main town of Sónar de Santa Cruz.
The only other shops selling glass in Spain are the few glass shops scattered across Spain’s Mediterranean coast, and Soto is the only glass-making factory that makes its own glass.
It’s one of the few remaining glass factories in the country, which is dominated by companies that make glassware.
The glass industry in Spain is one of Europe’s largest.
But the industry has struggled to diversify in recent years, losing many skilled workers.
The problem is compounded by a shrinking pool of glass workers.
Glass manufacturers in Spain have struggled to attract new workers as they have been increasingly forced to turn to cheaper imported goods.
In 2015, the government of the Catalan government ordered the closure of several glass factories, and many of the plants closed their doors in the last few years.
The government has been trying to restore a small number of factories and factories in Spain, but it has not been able to keep them afloat, said Alejandro Díaz, the director of the European Glass Manufacturers Association.
In the meantime, glass is a scarce commodity.
In recent years Spain’s economy has been struggling, as the Spanish economy has lost its luster.
As of March 2018, the economy was at a near 40 percent contraction.
The country is on course to lose its place in the eurozone in 2019.
This makes glass a scarce and expensive commodity, as it is difficult to import from other parts of Europe, Díaza said.
“If you’re not able to import it from Europe, you can’t make it in Spain,” he said.
Spain’s glass shortage is due to the country’s high glass production costs, which are higher than those in other countries in Europe, such as Germany.
Spain is home to more than 50 glass factories and production plants, according to a 2015 study by the Center for European Policy Research.
The research found that in Spain there were about 50 different glass factories.
The cost of making glass is also high.
The average price of a glass bottle in Spain for a single glass container is about $1,200.
That is more expensive than in the U.S., where a bottle can be bought for $700.
Glass bottles are often sold in bulk to large businesses, which can charge higher prices for more glass, Dísaz said.
Many of the shops selling the glass in the glass warehouses are run by small, family-owned businesses, he added.
“The majority of these shops are owned by small businesses, but some of them are owned and run by multinationals,” Díados said.
Glass in Spain has been a big business in the past, but in recent times, the industry is experiencing its biggest decline in production.
“There are fewer and fewer glass factories left,” he added, adding that there are not enough skilled workers in Spain to keep up with the rising cost of glass.
“They are working in very stressful conditions, and the cost of working is higher,” he explained.
Glass is made in Spain in three different types of factories.
It can be made in the factories where they are currently working, or from scratch.
Most of the factories produce glass for other products, such the glass bottles used in cosmetics, perfumes and cosmetics products.
In Spain, glass can be used to make many different products, including perfume, lipstick and cosmetics.
Some glass manufacturers are also looking to bring back the glass to Europe.
One company that is hoping to bring glass back to Europe is the Spanish glass company Gavi, which began production in Spain’s north in 2013.
Gavi is trying to bring some of the industry’s former jobs back to Spain, including some glass factories that are currently in operation in Spain.
Gavi is currently looking to build new glass factories across Spain, with a view to bringing back the manufacturing industry back to its former glory.
According to the government, Gavi currently produces about 15,000 glass bottles per year.
But it is also working on building a production plant in Spain that could eventually produce 10,000 bottles a year.
Gavelea, another glass-manufacturing company, was founded in 2009, and it is one among the few companies to have continued production in the south of Spain.
In addition to Gavi and given the current shortage of glass, the glass industry has been hit by the country of Cyprus, which has imposed a tax on glass imports from Spain and Spain’s northern regions.
That has led to a decline in glass production in some of Spain’s most prosperous regions