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Spanish unemployment keeps climbing, with jobless claims reaching 4.7M in February, a 2.4%...

Spanish unemployment keeps climbing, with jobless claims reaching 4.7M in February, a 2.4% increase from January and a sharp 9.6% jump from Feb. 2011. Meanwhile, EU officials insist Spain will get no leeway on its 4.4% budget target before May, but sources say Spain, due to outline its 2012 plan today, is working with a deficit target of 5.3-5.5%.
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  • Hubert Biagi
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    Except even when working, those people act like the employed. Three hour lunch time, etc.
    2 Mar 2012, 08:54 AM Reply Like
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