Spanish Recession Set To Deepen As Austerity Bites

Spanish Economy

MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish economy is falling deeper into recession and depositors are pulling their money out of the banks, figures published on Tuesday showed, as the government moves closer to seeking a European rescue package.

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