3/18/2010

Once the poster child for benefits of a European monetary integration, Spain finds itself in the same category as Portugal, Ireland and Greece, the weakest eurozone economies, according to Knowledge@Wharton. Because of its size, Spain's success or failure in reversing its economic contraction will have consequences for the eurozone that are likely to spread worldwide, economists and management experts said.

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