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Spain :, Selected Issues

Abstract
Rebalancing in Spain’s private sector is under way, but with more modest progress on reducing stocks. Spain is subject to significant spending pressures, reflecting unfavorable demographic trends and subdued growth prospects, and will require substantial structural reform. Priority reforms are needed to strengthen its fiscal framework. The study tries to infer the potential impact of the ongoing integration process on bank efficiency based on preconsolidation bank data. The reforms, such as those recently implemented, of employment protection and collective bargaining could help improve Spain’s inflation performance
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. How Much Has Spain's Private Sector Rebalanced?; A. Introduction; B. Spain's Boom and Private Sector Imbalances: A Legacy of Stocks; Figures; 1. Corporate and Household Debt; 2. Credit Growth and Housing Prices; 3. Credit to the Real Estate and Construction Sectors; Box: 1. The Low Return of the Housing Boom; 4. Financial Ratios by Sectors, Listed Companies; 5. Corporate Sector: Selected Financial Ratios; 6. Bank Debt by Sector of Activity; 7. Household Wealth; Tables; 1. Selected Countries: Household Debt; C. To What Extent Have Imbalances Unwound So Far
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description
1 online resource (114 p.)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780146235870

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