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De Guindos: Stability depends on coalition   

Spanish Economic Minister Luis de Guindos says it's mandatory to reach a rapid agreement and reforms.


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Well, that depends. No, that depends on the nature of the, of the, of the, of the, of the government. If we are talking about, you know, a coalition of losers, then it will be much more difficult. But if we are talking about the right coalition, I think that, you know, it will be a vote-based government with a lot of support from the Parliament.

How do you win an economy when there is such an uncertainty? Because you still have to make decisions?

Well, it’s not the chaos because the Spanish economy is performing quite well. We are going quite fast, we are outperforming the majority of our peers in Europe. But the Spanish economy’s vulnerable. We have to issue all of that. We have fairly good market situation at this, you know, quite dramatic because we have had unemployment rate about 20%. And so uncertainty might have a negative impact. So I think it’s very important to reach a rapid agreement with respect to the new government and that the agenda of this new government is according to one, because we have to continue making reforms.

And on this question of -- I mean, the banking system -- a lot of money’s been spent recapitalizing it, but it wouldn’t take much for another crisis.

No, I think the situation with the banking industry in Spain is totally different. We have, we have a lot of clarity, a lot of transparency, the provisions of the, of the, of the, of the Spanish banking industry are second to none all over Europe. And we have injected a lot of capital, and we have incorporated X banks. So this situation is totally different. There are challenges, but of a totally different nature.

Mario Draghi and I know that you're going to tell me you do not comment on monetary policy -- I am aware of that. But he's getting to the point where he can't do much more. He says he'll do whatever it takes.

Yes.

But everybody accepts now that much more printing of money just is not going to have much of a difference. It really is up to the governments.

Well, here the point is that the mandate of the European central bank is to have inflation below but close to 2%. And now if you look at inflation expectations, they are clearly below 2%. So in order to fulfill its mandate, he has to inject more money, and to take -- let’s say, you know, extraordinary measures. And the program that of quantitative easing that was started by this city is open-ended. And this is something that we have to take into consideration.

But you as ministers have to do more on the fiscal front.

I fully agree, I fully agree.

The problem here is everybody agrees…

No, no.

…I had Mr. Diesel, had yourself, had…you know -- everybody agrees, but what happens?

Well, but see in the case, in the case of Spain, we have delivered quite a lot. The reason why Spain is growing much faster than the European average is because we have implanted reforms. We restructure of our banks, we overhauled the labor -- the labor code, we have liberalized the services markets, and I think that this is having an impact. That's why Spain is growing again.
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