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Zapatero gets 1.9 billion Euro investment from the UAE
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By h.b. - Mar 1, 2011 - 2:27 PM
It follows 3 billion Euro investments picked up in Qatar on the Spanish Prime Minister's tour of the Gulf
Following three billion € promised investment in Spanish companies and savings banks from Qatar, the Prime Minister has moved on to the United Arab Emirates today, where he has found further promises of 1.9 billion €.
1.4 billion will be invested in companies such as Indra and Amper, and it is reported that the Abu Dhabi petrol company wants to take over the Spanish Cepsa.
150 million will go to a savings bank, although it is now known which as yet.
José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero thanked Sheik Mohamed bin Zayed al Nahyan for their confidence in the Spanish economy.
Read more: http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news/publish/article_29420.shtml#ix...
John: is this at the price of uncontrolled Muslim Immigration???
We are just getting ready for an election here and the Partido Popular (Conservative) stand a good chance of getting Zappateros PSOE (Socialist Workers Party) out - so Zappatero has given the vote to the nationals of 15 non eu countries in an effort to tip the balance. Now with the extra 1.9 Billion which, no doubt, will be linked to immigration - just as the UK did in 73. We truly are stuffed and there will be nothing for it but the Barricades.
God Help us!
"Zappatero has given the vote to the nationals of 15 non eu countries in an effort to tip the balance"
Really? How many people does that come to and where will they vote?
"where will they vote?"
What I mean is, if they are from 15 non-EU countries, are they Spanish, and where do they live, and how will they vote?
We already know that the Left engages in wholesale electoral fraud by importing voters to its lifestyle based on subsidy, not real work :-)
they only have to be residents of spain - they are still nationals of other countries.
The are tempory residents
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