European Economics

European Economics Update

4 September, 2018

The implications of Catalan autonomy

Greater autonomy for Catalonia would probably have a detrimental impact on Spain’s public finances. But it would reduce calls for secession, and therefore limit the risk of a renewed and potentially damaging push for independence. So in the long run, it might well be the best possible outcome.

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