Unemployment drops as Spain’s economy begins to beat recession

By The Christian Science Monitor
Thursday, October 24, 2013 17:18 EDT
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People wait in line at a government employment office in the center of Madrid in June. Spain's jobless rate neared 25 percent in June, officials said, darkening the recession outlook despite relief on financial markets at a vow of support by the European Central Bank. (AFP Photo/Dominique Faget)
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Spain turns corner, as its recession officially ends (via The Christian Science Monitor)

A woman walks under an umbrella in front Santander Bank in Pamplona, Spain, on Wednesday. Spain’s National Statistics Institute says the country’s jobless rate edged down from 26.3 percent to 26.0 percent during the third quarter, a day after the Bank…

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