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Unemployment in Spain should be below 15% and GDP at 2.7% in 2018

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The GDP in Spain should be around 3% in 2017. In addition, according to a study of the Panel of Funcas where the forecasts of several banks are collected, the unemployment rate should be 17.2% in 2017 and provide 15.2% by 2018. We have already fallen a lot from the high of 27% in the beginning of 2013. The general inflation rate has moved in recent months around the
1.5% -1.6%.

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