Spain seeks to reassure EU leaders

Zapatero to tell EU partners that he is doing enough to ward off a crisis.

José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Spain’s prime minister, will today (17 June) update other EU leaders on his government’s efforts to restore the confidence of financial markets in Spain’s economy. He wants to convince EU partners that his government is doing enough to consolidate its public finances and ward off a crisis of confidence in Spain’s ability to finance its debts.

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