MADRID (Reuters) – Spain's economy will grow in the second half of the year but the government must implement reforms and cut the deficit – at the right pace – to keep the recovery going, Economy Minister Luis De Guindos said in an interview published on Sunday. "The recession is over. The issue now is how strong the recovery is going to be," de Guindos said in the interview in El Pais. "The recovery is a small flower in a greenhouse that has to be tended to… …
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