Spain Creates EUR30 Bln Bailout Fund

  • 08 Oct 2008
Spain has acted ahead of any decision by the European Union and has created a EUR30 billion (USD41.02 billion) bailout fund to keep banks lending. Unlike the U.S. plan to acquire distressed assets, Spain intends to buy banks’ healthy but illiquid assts that are difficult to price in ...

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