Conservatives widely expected to win Spain's upcoming general election are promising tax cuts for businesses and other economic stimulus measures as the country struggles with a 21.5 joblessness rate.
But they elude any specifics on what this will cost and how Spain will meet deficit-reduction targets.
The Popular Party released its 214-page program on its website Tuesday, a day after its executive committee approved it during a meeting at which newspapers said there were members who had not even seen the whole document.
Party leader Mariano Rajoy is expected to win a landslide majority in the Nov. 20 election. He would inherit an economy that reportedly posted zero growth in the third quarter, amid many other woes.
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