The EU Smiled While Spain’s Banks Cooked the BooksJonathan Weil
June 15 (Bloomberg) -- Only a few years ago, Spain’s banks were seen in some policy-making circles as a model for the rest of the world. This may be hard to fathom now, considering that Spain is seeking $125 billion to bail out its ailing lenders.
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