The economic recovery in Spain, where joblessness has doubled in less than two years, will come about much later than in the rest of Europe, said Jose Manuel Gonzalez-Paramo, a member of the European Central Bank Executive Board. "Recovery will be slower due to the amount of debt, weight of construction, the level of education of the unemployed and deficiencies in the labor market, which needs to be made more flexible," he said.

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