European Union budget enforcer Olli Rehn signalled he might seek to ease Spain’s targets for cutting its budget deficit next month in a retreat from the austerity-first policy demands driving the economy into recession.
EU officials will make a decision on the best pace for Spain’s budget consolidation process when they deliver a scheduled assessment of the program in February, Rehn said at a press conference in Madrid yesterday.
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