Spain: Aznar's High Hopes May Be Dashed
The new government of Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar continues to vow that Spain's public deficit will fall to 3% of gross domestic product in 1997. But with the 1996 deficit on track to total about 5%, and with the latest data showing only modest growth, the chances of hitting the target are shrinking.
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