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forecast tepid GDP growth for Spain of 0.7% in 2012, most market economists are more pessimistic. Without further austerity measures, JP Morgan economist Greg Fuzesi expects a decline of -0.7% next year. With further measures, he forecasts GDP to fall by -1.1%.

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