Spain not planning new banking provisions-official
MADRID, April 26
MADRID, April 26 (Reuters) - The Spanish government has no plans to enforce a third round of banking provisions, a government official said on Friday.
Spain has twice forced banks to make provisions against toxic real estate assets last year and many analysts believe the government should ask lenders to set aside more capital to cover risks on company loans.
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