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16 November 2010 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

Madrid says it doesn’t need a Plan B to get its deficit under control. The risk of divulging one is to acknowledge that Plan A isn’t enough. But given the current bond market turmoil, and the need for more realistic economic forecasts, it may eventually not have a choice.

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