Newsround: what Friday's business pages say

Government spending exposed in annual review; big profits for comedian Pat Shortt; Spain's austerity budget, Reilly defends decision on primary care centres.

28th September, 2012
Newsround: Friday's business pages

The top Irish and international business stories from Friday's newspapers:

**Health Minister James Reilly** offers new explanation for his decision to add locations to a list of primary care centres (p1).

**State** spent €230 million on public-private partnerships that have been cancelled or put on hold (p1)

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