Worries about Spain's ability to repay its debt grew last week when the country agreed to accept a eurozone loan of up to â¿¬100 billion to shore up its ailing banks, which are sitting on massive amounts of soured real estate investments.The big fear is that, as the money will count as a loan and raise Spain's overall debt load, the country's financing costs will suffocate the government as it tries to wade its way through a recession and a 24.4 percent jobless rate.
Spain Crisis: Pressure Eases On Key Borrowing Rate
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