Telefonica Debt Cuts Don’t Fix Spanish PainManuel Baigorri
Just before Christmas, top managers of Telefonica SA gathering in a Madrid cinema tried to remain upbeat after a year in which the company had scrapped its dividend and sold off assets. While they were quick to point out that those steps had stabilized the company’s finances, they couldn’t avoid the bad news in their biggest market, Spain.
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