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SPAIN will be the worst hit first world country, economically, due to the coronavirus crisis, the IMF has said.
The top offender is Isolux Corsan, an international construction firm, which owes Spain €315.9 million in unpaid taxes
Deals were allegedly offered by senior Bankia figures to public relations firms in return for €2 million in suspected bribes
SPAIN will not meet its deficit targets for this year or the next, the IMF has predicted. The international body, headed by Christine Lagarde,...
SPAIN is the only developed economy to have its growth prospects for 2018 reduced by the International Monetary Fund. The forecast cut back, announced during...
FIGURES released this week by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have painted a damning picture of the future of the UK’s economy. The IMF singled...
POVERTY rates in Andalucia are the same as they were at the height of the crisis. In Sevilla, 40% of children are still living in...
SPAIN'S economy is expected to grow much more than predicted by the IMF this year. The world banking institution had forecast growth of 2.6%, but...
Rato headed the International Monetary Fund from 2004 to 2007
Prosecutors claim around €12 million was splashed on hotels, designer clothes, entertainment and travel
The agreement is a response to public concerns following Panama Papers leak
The bombshell comes as the IMF warned last night that a Brexit risked causing ‘severe global economic damage’
SPAIN is set to outpace the world's leading advanced economies in 2016, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The agency upgraded its outlook for...
The tax authorities insist Rodrigo Rato, an ex-government minister, used a number of companies to move money around
Podemos are to present their plan to reduce Spain's national debt
Rato is suspected of trying to lift embargoes on goods through a complex corporate network of companies
Spain is set to have its economy expand by 2% and is officially believed to have emerged out of the economic crisis
The IMF has announced a light at the end of the tunnel for Spain despite its many debts and high unemployment rate
But elsewhere things are not looking so positive
Outlooks are down again for the third time this year
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