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Truth is the casualty as Spain’s campaign heats up

González Pons: Three-and-a-half million jobs? No problem.

As the November election approaches, public figures are taking a woefully cavalier attitude to facts and figures.

September 13th, 2011 | Posted in Featured, Iberoblog, Spain News | Read More »

Spain: Too big to fail?

Spain's economy is more robust than the bailed-out countries, but it's also much bigger. Image: European Weekly.

Greece, Ireland and now Portugal. Debt-ridden, deficit-laden and bankrupt were it not for bailouts from abroad. Spain is the fourth and final letter in the hackneyed PIGS acronym for Europe’s struggling economies. It is also the biggest, and its economic future will decide the fate of the euro zone.

May 12th, 2011 | Posted in Business | Read More »

The market tears up Zapatero’s social contract

The Spanish prime minister has been forced to abandon a cornerstone of his government’s policies and introduce harsh austerity measures. He must now find other ways of wooing the electorate.

May 18th, 2010 | Posted in Politics | Read More »

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