Spain's job-wrecking recession was deeper than first announced in 2012, revised figures showed on Tuesday.
A man watches the Ibex 35 index at Madrid's stock exchange, on July 20, 2012. Spain's job-destroying recession was deeper than first announced in 2012, revised figures showed.
The Spanish economy shrank 1.6 percent in 2012 last year rather than the 1.4-percent contraction first posted, the National Statistics Institute said.
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