June 3, 2012

Ireland's 'Yes' Vote Drowned Out by Spain

The Independent, The Independent

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Each step forward is technically complex, constitutionally uncharted and politically fraught. And it is no longer just Greece that threatens to blow the whole precarious exercise off course. Spain, long a source of concern, is in danger of fulfilling the direst prognostications.

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TAGGED: Eurozone, Spain, Ireland


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