Spain’S Lengthy Economic Nightmare Is Subsequently Over

That’s not the kind of people we are.”Then the Barcelona subway extension started back up.
He had been living on unemployment benefits worth about €1,100 a month, less than half what he and his wife had earned back in 2007.
His unemployment benefits were about to expire.
The Spanish government carries enormous debt, reaching 100 percent of the economy’s annual output, the leftover cost of paying out unemployment benefits during the crisis while also bailing out crippled banks.
His wife had lost her own job as an administrative assistant at a construction company, when that business folded.

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