Correction

In the article titled "Spain aims to be master of its own destiny" in the "Spain and the Capital Markets" supplement published in September, José María Capapé of Natixis was quoted as saying: "The key question now is not about reducing the deficit," which he did not say at any point. We apologise for the error and have corrected the online version.

  • 07 Oct 2011

 

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