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TIME: You Say Tomato, I Say Bailout: How Spain Agreed to be Rescued
Knowing how bailouts doomed the governments of other countries, Madrid insists it has accepted a massive "loan" to recapitalize its banks. Others, however, are calling it as they see it.
Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos holds documents during a news conference in Madrid, on June 9, 2012. Spain will request European financial support for its distressed banks, Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said on June 9 after emergency talks with eurozone ministers.
Twelve days after Spain insisted it required no bailout, and roughly 24 hours after it vigorously maintained that no decision on such an intervention had been made, the government of Spain today requested a rescue of its troubled banks from the European Union. Although the exact amount that Spain will request and the terms under which it will be delivered have yet to be determined, the Eurozone’s finance ministers agreed in an emergency meeting this afternoon to recapitalize the Spanish banking system with up to 100 billion euros, making it the fourth country in the European Union to receive a bailout. Just don’t call it that.
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