The Spanish economy overcame the country’s political impasse to grow by more than initially estimated in the second quarter, led by a pick-up in investment and exports.
Gross domestic product grew 0.8 per cent compared with a provisional reading of 0.7 per cent, the country's National Statistics Office said this morning. From a year earlier, the economy expanded 3.2 per cent, while adding about 484,000 new jobs.
Analysts said the performances of exports and investment were surprisingly...
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