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The controversy of Spain’s Iberdrola speaking English

MADRID | By Julia Pastor | Words from the energy firm’ s president Ignacio Sánchez Galán saying before international investors that “they were more British, US and Mexican that Spanish” to explain each corporate bussiness’ importance on the company’s balancesheet has been a kind of hurt. Furthermore, Iberdrola announced  a cut of investments in Spain: of an overall €9,600bn, only €1.5 which means 15%, will come to the country and be limited to maintenance operations, while the UK will be the major destination with 41% of investments. Against the background of the controversial energy reform having place, the debate between Spanish government and energy industry is getting hotter.