LaughsatChinos Post time: 2014-6-2 14:33
Less than 25% these days, its not 2012 anymore. Also; because of the way unemployment is structu ...
unemployment in spain is 25.3% in 2014 to be exact
it's not just for those below 25 of age but for the working whole population
for those below 25 years old, the unemployment rate is 53 % !!!
no matter how much a laughing fool like you trying to lie about spain's economy
nothing is going to change the reality of the economic crisis in spain
ChineseInsects Post time: 2014-6-3 05:02
GDP is the same as it was, so is GDP per capita.
You can complain about numbers that don't matte ...
haha, these gdp numbers of spain don't matter when 1/4 of its working population is unemployed,
meaning zero income, does not matter whether they boast higher per capital income, for when you're
out of job you have zero per capital income !
Furthermore, spain economy is on the verge of bankruptcy, all its high gdp will come to naught.