Spain Warned It Can’t Hold Up Forever Without Stable GovernmentBy
Economy chief Guindos says Spain may miss 2017 budget deadline
Rajoy loses confidence vote as Socialists line up with Podemos
The Spanish economy may have gotten away with one repeat election, but it may not be able to withstand the impact of a third ballot, Acting Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said, after his boss Mariano Rajoy failed in a bid to end the country’s political stalemate.
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