Spain's Labor Reforms Start to Yield Results
Pablo Garcia could not have wished for a better Christmas present. After a year without work, the 34-year-old Spaniard landed a job at a PSA Peugeot Citroën plant on the outskirts of Madrid. “We have increased production in recent weeks, and it seems there might be a new car model coming next year,” says Garcia, who works the afternoon shift on the paneling assembly line. “I’ve started to consider buying a new house in the neighborhood next to the factory.”
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