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Jobs crisis

20 June 2013 By Viktoria Dendrinou

Madrid deserves the IMF’s praise for cleaning up banks and tightening public finances. But those improvements came relatively easy. Now comes the hard part: substantial labour market reform. Without much lower unemployment, any recovery will be sickly, volatile and short-lived.

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