Spain Debt Rises On Aid To Banks, Regions

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's debt level and borrowing needs are set to rise next year, piling pressure on the government to apply for international aid, as it pours funds in to cash-strapped regions and an ailing banking system, its budget showed on Saturday.

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