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11.07.2011

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Italy, Spain on centre stage in EU debt crisis MP3

Markets are now starting to price in the possibility that Italy and Spain are entering their own European sovereign debt nightmares. It comes as finance ministers meet in Brussels to discuss Greece's next bail-out, and Italy's budget deficit. However, experts say despite the size of the Italian and Spanish economies, they don't pose an imminent threat to the stability of the euro zone. Source: abc.net.au

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