This it is the summary of the Hispanic-German summit and that God distributes lucks

This it is the summary of the Hispanic-German summit and that God distributes lucks

Madrid : Spain | Sep 08, 2012 at 6:03 AM PDT
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Spain's Mariano Rajoy plays waiting game on bailout

With the many changes that the Government of Spain has taken I end up, this it has demonstrated its commitment with Europe and the chancellor Angela Merkel she has praised the Control's reformations to combat the deficit and to stimulate the economic increment.

Spain and Germany join efforts to dissipate any doubt on the euro and to return the stability to the financial market.
The pressures in the area euro have made that the cousins of risk and the differentials of the types of interest, don't respond to the basics of the national economies neither the efforts of fiscal consolidation.
Mariano Rajoy: "To work intensely in the European integration is the most overwhelming message on the euro and their future."
The Control bets to advance toward a bank and fiscal union.
The unit message that Europe rushed has already been reflected in the distension of the markets.
The Spanish cousin of risk has lowered more than 100 points in one week.
The interest of the low voucher of 6%.
The Spanish Treasure placed the maximum foreseen in funds and to a lower price: a point of interest less than in the previous auction.
The Spanish bag almost went up 5%.
The Government has demonstrated its determination and responsibility with a fiscal strategy and a calendar of reformations that nobody has dared to take I end up in the EU.
And it has recognized this way it and endorsed the German chancellor, Angela Merkel that has been "impressed" with the reformations undertaken by the Control.

Very difficult measures

The Spanish government president, Mariano Rajoy, he has declared: "We have made decisions very difficult of explaining and that a lot of people don't like they, but that they are main."
Mariano Rajoy: "The future of Spain is bound to that of Europe and that of the unique currency, as it could not be otherwise."

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Mariano Rajoy (right) and Angela Merkel met in Madrid
Mariano Rajoy (right) and Angela Merkel met in Madrid
CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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