Is Spanish property the last pocket of value in Europe?


With banks offloading assets and the Spanish stock market on the up over the past 18 months, some see now as a good time to invest in one of the biggest losers of the eurozone crisis.

At the height of the boom, Spanish real estate and construction accounted for some 18% of Spanish GDP, but the sector has fallen a long way since: a 2007 market cap of over €30bn has shrunk to just a tenth...

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