Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said he did not think the scandal was affecting investor confidence in Spain.The revelations come as Spain, after a year of soaring borrowing costs, begins to show signs of convincing investors and European authorities that it is serious about reforming the economy and keeping its finances in check so it does not need a bailout.
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