Thursday, 17 November 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS  Rajoy: "Dependence (Law) is not viable" - Paris confronts Berlin on giving ECB more power against crisis - (Spanish) Executive predicts 0.8% growth this year / EL MUNDO (Economy Minister) Salgado admits 40% error in forecast - Royal Household says Revenga acted 'privately' at Nóos Institute - 'The Times' gives PP even more points over PSOE (in Spanish elections next Sunday) / PÚBLICO Left denounces PP's 'hidden agenda' - Technocrats run Italy - USA 'hibernation' tests aimed at saving lives / ABC (Defence Minister) Chacón already positions herself to succeed Rubalcaba - He stones former girlfriend to death and hides her in quarry - Italy tests its first Government without politicians / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) (Former Olympus MD) Michael Woodford: "I left Japan before they killed me" - Sacyr offers crreditors  2% of Repsol - Banks demand 'bad bank' for real estate - Markets are having a laugh (on us) / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) (Los Barrios Mayor) Romero to denounce (former Mayor) Rojas  for financing basketball and football - Labour Inspectorate sees closure of La Línea TV as illegal - Junta challenges (ERE Judge) Ayala and demands restraint

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