Spain plans to put $644 million toward infrastructure projects

08/19/2010 | Google

Spanish Finance Minister Elena Salgado said reduced borrowing costs have opened the door for the nation to put money back into highway and rail projects, which were put on the back burner because of austerity. The country's deficit-reduction target won't be affected by putting $644 million into such projects, Salgado said.

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