Monday, 12 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS World relives the scars of 9/11 ten years after - Greece approves tax in desperation to avoid bankruptcy - "Markets are asking us for single European Treasury" - PP consolidates leading position with ample majority / EL MUNDO  PP will block tax Rubalcaba tries to reintroduce - Greece to tax property up to €10 per m2 - 'Català, a l'atac!' (Catalan on the attack!) - SGAE paid €300,000 to Urdangarin (royal son-in-law) company to take care of his image /PÚBLICO Saving banks has already cost €2 billion - Rubalcaba proposes 'grand income pact' and fiscal reformation - 9/11 mourning sets Bush-Obama differences aside /  EL ECONOMISTA (Business & Finance) Government recovers Wealth Tax and hopes to collect €1,400 million - Greece tries to escape from bankruptcy - Pensions costs already above income / EUROPA SUR Zapatero concedes Wealth Tax to Rubalcaba - Person dies falling off motorski boat - Jerez-Algeciras bus goes up in flames -  Balona (La Línea football club) is unbeatable YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY ITEM FOR ONLY €2

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