When Spaniards look back in years to come on the 2008-14 period in the life of their country, it will no doubt have a rather grey cloud hanging over it; although by the start of 2015 that memory will have started to lighten. As the last year drew to a close, Spain’s GDP was inching up by 1.2% and unemployment rates had finally started to fall, leading to a collective sigh of relief from the populace as sunnier times fell upon the country at long last.
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