Spain's Guindos Defends the People’s Party Record
Acting Economy Minister Luis de Guindos tried to drown out his opponents in a bad-tempered television debate Sunday night by ramming home his message that Spain needs more-of-the-same economic policy after this month’s election. Guindos defended the People’s Party record in turning around the economy after the financial crisis and targeted 500,000 new jobs a year over the next legislature. His rivals in the economic-policy debate hosted by broadcaster laSexta argued that Spain should aim for more than just low-cost export work and challenged his account of the PP’s achievements. Control Risks Group Senior Europe Analyst David Lea discusses the Spanish election with "On the Move" hosts Guy Johnson in London and Matt Miller in Berlin.
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