Spaniards pay for banking crisis

Collapse of property market in 2008 has left country's banks saddled with large amounts of debt.

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    Spanish banks are saddled with large amounts of bad debt, after the property market collapsed in 2008. The resulting crisis hit ordinary Spaniards hard, as Sonia Gallego reports from Madrid.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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