2012-06-13theautomaticearth.com

"Unfortunately Spain didn't manage to reach one of its main goals in the negotiations, which was to have Europe bear part of the risk of rescuing the financial sector, without letting it fall instead directly onto the shoulders of the Spanish taxpayer," said Luis Garicano, a Spanish economist who teaches at the London of School Economics. "Ultimately, those who lent to our financial system were the banks and insurance companies of Northern Europe, which should bear the consequences of these decisions."


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