Spain's central bank says economy weaker in Q2
The Associated PressMADRID (AP) — The central bank says Spain's recession-stricken economy has slumped further in the second quarter and will likely post a sharper contraction than the 0.3 percent of the first three months.
The bank's June report said drops in consumer demand, car sales and industrial production "indicate activity has continued to diminish at a greater rhythm."
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