Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Pemex (Mexican oil company) wants Repsol (Spanish oil company) technology at low cost - Madrid teachers paralize school in cutback protests - IMF forecast delays Spanish recovery by a year / EL MUNDO 11-M prosecutor goes back on word to close Faisán case - Over half secondary teachers in Madrid are on strike - Catalonia: €745 hidden deficit millions and more 'patriotic' bonds / PÚBLICO Mass8ive strike on public schooling - Junta (de Andalucía) must hand over meetings minutes to ERE judge - PP rejects CO2 emmission reduction / ABC (Over photo of Queen Sofía visiting school) Strike does not paralize schooling - Rubalcaba: "New wealth tax is badly set out" - Supreme Court puts Griñán (Andalucía president) against the ropes on ERE cases / EL ECONOMISTA (Business & Finance) Greece fires 150,000 civil servants but market says she's broke - Deloitte reveals 'black hole' of €1,600 million in Catalonian finances - Directors invest €58 million in their businesses / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Maersk workers call off strike, except crane operators - Los Barrios claims €975,000 in inert waste costs from Acerinox YOU CAN SPONSOR THIS WEEKDAY FEATURE FOR ONLY €2

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