It looks like 2017 will present a lot of opportunities and challenges for the Spanish economy. It will grow at a good pace, creating jobs, with a minority government obliged to seek consensus on issues like education and pensions. Meeting our deficit commitments to Europe will remain a challenge after 2016.
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MADRID | By Julia Pastor | Spain, according to Schaüble, is a good example of homework done. Germany’s Economy Minister praised labor costs reduction, export rate increase and all the effort the Spaniards have done in reorganizing their financial sector, even after the Troika’s review.