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Spain's Leaders, Workers Face Tough Choices, Rough Timesi
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Al Pessin
October 22, 2012 4:00 PM
Spain's economy has crashed, going from the status of one of Europe's high-flyers to become another of its desperate cases. When corporations and individuals could not pay high debts built up during the boom years, the government had to step in. And now, the government itself may need a European bailout. VOA's Al Pessin reports from Madrid.

Spain's Leaders, Workers Face Tough Choices, Rough Times

Al Pessin

Published October 22, 2012

Spain's economy has crashed, going from the status of one of Europe's high-flyers to become another of its desperate cases. When corporations and individuals could not pay high debts built up during the boom years, the government had to step in. And now, the government itself may need a European bailout. VOA's Al Pessin reports from Madrid.


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