"We rule out any spending cuts because we are on track" to meet the deficit target, he said, adding that authorities are not considering slowing the pace of deficit reduction.The IMF said this week that Spain and France could afford to ease up on austerity measures because they have made progress in cutting budget deficits.
AP Interview: Spain Minister Laments Unemployment
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