Spain moves to ease impact of crisis

November 4th, 2008

Spain’s Socialist government on Monday announced a new round of emergency measures to soften the impact of the economic crisis, including the funding of a two-year, partial moratorium on mortgage payments by the unemployed.

In addition to the mortgage relief, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, the prime minister, unveiled tax benefits and financial incentives designed to help home-buyers and promote job creation, especially in industries such as alternative energy that the government wants to promote.

“The government is convinced that it has the capacity, strength and determination to ensure that the families in this country in the most difficulty are supported and helped,” Mr Zapatero said.

Read more at Financial Times

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