Spain is €376.6 billion in the hole.
From the point of view of critics, this means that the Deutsche Bundesbank provides long-term unsecured and non-interest-bearing loans to the central banks of other eurozone countries , especially the central banks of southern countries Italy, Spain and Portugal.
Permanently high unemployment and slow growth in Spain, Greece, Italy, with stagnation elsewhere in Europe Breakup of the eurozone Those are the alternatives.
The only door left open is door number 3.
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