Eurozone crisis: The Spanish puzzle

by Blogburger on September 11, 2012

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy only rarely gives interviews. On Monday, for the first time since he became PM nine months ago, he took questions on prime-time TV. It is not only Spain but Europe too that is anxious to hear from him. The overriding question is whether Spain will accept a full bailout. He said no decision had been taken. The question has become more acute since the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) said he was ready to start buying the bonds of troubled countries like Spain. But that would only happen if Spain applied to the eurozone's bailout fund first and accepted conditions. Madrid…


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