Asia stocks up after Spain pledges to cut spending

Asia stocks up after Spain pledges to cut spending

Bangkok : Thailand | Sep 27, 2012 at 8:53 PM PDT
Source: Turks and Caicos Free Press
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Asian stock markets rose Friday after Spain announced severe budget cuts meant to show international lenders and investors that the country is making progress toward getting its debt under control. The Spanish government on Thursday unveiled a draft budget for 2013 that cuts overall spending by... FULL ARTICLE AT Turks and Caicos Free Press
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