It will take more than ‘bad bank’ to vanquish Spanish property woes

Orson Alcocer

After eight months of virtual collapse of the Spanish commercial property market — a situation that reached its peak before the summer, coinciding with the Spanish sovereign debt crisis — most players in the real estate market are now expecting a pick-up in activity, before the end of the year.

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