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  • Catalonia's financial support of Spanair was part of an effort to develop Barcelona's El Prat Airport as a regional hub.

    Spanair Files for Bankruptcy Protection Ana Garcia 2012

  • According to one person familiar with the situation, meeting payroll and fuel payments due at the end of the month had become a challenge for the company, at a time Catalonia's government is facing drastic budget cuts amid an unprecedented economic slump.

    Spanair Files for Bankruptcy Protection Ana Garcia 2012

  • Investors are worried that there will be "a repeat of Catalonia's elections five months ago when debt figures were revised higher."

    Euro Sinks on Debt Worries Javier E. David 2011

  • Andreu Mas-Colell, Catalonia's finance chief, said he was "very satisfied" with the government's new measures to boost the regions' liquidity.

    Madrid to Curb Spending by Powerful Regions Jonathan House 2012

  • Felip Puig, the spokesman for Catalonia's regional Interior Ministry, said 84 protesters and 37 police were injured.

    More than 100 hurt as Spanish police clash with protesters 2011

  • Catalonia's regional government, which is implementing deep budget cuts and seeking to sell assets amid an economic slump, had been in talks since December with U.K.-based Moor Park Capital Partners and Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LLC of the U.S. to sell 27 office buildings in downtown Barcelona.

    Worry Over Euro Collapse Derails Catalonia Office Deal Pablo Dominguez 2012

  • MADRID—A €500 million $657.2 million Spanish property deal between Catalonia's regional government and foreign money managers collapsed, in part because of disagreements over terms linked to a potential breakup of the euro, a senior government official said Tuesday.

    Worry Over Euro Collapse Derails Catalonia Office Deal Pablo Dominguez 2012

  • Let's go even further down this road and assume that Spain, under new leadership—Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero will not stand for re-election in March 2012—avoids hitting the buffers, even though regional governments such as Catalonia have announced that they have no intention of making what Catalonia's premier, Artur Mas , calls the "destructive … mad" austerity cuts demanded by central government.

    Beyond the EU Policy Makers' Dream Irwin Stelzer 2011

  • "Catalonia's government is unwilling to cross some red lines," Jacint Boixasa , director of assets for Catalonia's government, said in an interview.

    Worry Over Euro Collapse Derails Catalonia Office Deal Pablo Dominguez 2012

  • Created in 1986 with SAS as top shareholder, Spanair was purchased in 2009 by a group of local investors led by Catalonia's regional government, moving Spanair's headquarters from the Balearic Islands to Barcelona.

    Spanish Airline Shutdown Ripples Through Region David Roman 2012


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