Mariano Rajoy has earmarked more than €6bn for Spanish businesses
Throwing money at a problem, we are told, is no guaranteed way to solve it. But the well-heeled are not down-at-heel for a very good reason, and money often has a lot to do with it.
Spain’s economy has been down at heel so often in recent years that it had begun to resemble a piece of discarded gum: flat, useless, rather unsightly and generally in a sticky situation. But in recent months it has scraped itself off the pavement and is now readying itself for fresh bouts of mastication…