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Today, Tata Martino watched the game that Barcelona played against Rosenborg of Norway, in a preseason friendly. And what a welcome they gave to the Argentine coach: Messi and company defeated the Norwegian team 7-0.
In a mock rescue, five people died and three others were injured after one of the lifeboats fell from the cruise, at a height of 30 meters.
With the two goals he scored against Betis, Lionel Messi surpassed Gerd Müller in goals scored in a single year. In 1972, Bayern Munich striker had 85. Today, the Argentine arrived to 86.
The Czech Stepanek and Berdych defeated the Spanish Lopez and Granollers 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the doubles match at Prague. Tomorrow will be defined the Davis Cup winners 2012.
With a goal from Lionel Messi, Barcelona kept the 3-2 win against Real Madrid in the first leg of the Supercopa of Spain.
The Olympic selection of Spain lost 1-0 to Japan and shocked the world. It was with a goal by Yuki Otsu (34 ‘). Iñigo Martinez was ejected in the whole Iberian Peninsula.
The opposition and the Spanish people in general reject the new budget cut by Mariano Rajoy and the political crisis expands further. The vice president said they are “forced” to apply it.
Spain defeated Croatia 1-0, with a goal from Jesus Navas, and qualified for the quarterfinals as the leaders of Area C. Meanwhile, the Croats were disqualified.
The defending champion, Spain, drew with Italy 1-1 in their opening Euro. Antonio Di Natale opened the scoring for the Azzurri, at 60′, but Cesc Fabregas leveled at 63′.
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After the expropriation of 51% of the shares of YPF, Spain reiterated its anger for the Argentine government’s decision. This time was the Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, who assured that “there won’t be viable any agreement between the EU and Mercosur while Argentina does not comply with International laws.”
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José Manuel Soria, Spanish Industry Minister, said today through media statements that “there will be more action against Argentina” for the expropriation of 51% of YPF, which was owned by Repsol. The European country had already decided to limit imports of biodiesel produced in Argentina.
As a form of retaliation to the bill of expropriation of YPF being discussed in Congress, the Government of Spain announced that it will reduce imports of Argentine biodiesel.
G20 and the expropriation of YPF: ” is a protectionist decision that breaks legal certainty, of free market”
Jaime García-Legaz, Secretary of State for Trade of Spain, announced that “the issue [of the expropriation of YPF] would be brought to this meeting because Argentina’s decision is ‘contraryhead on’ the principles of the G20″.
The nationalization of YPF would have consequences on the bilateral trade between Spain and Argentina.
According to Spanish media, there are threats to veto threats Argentine imports if YPF is nationalized
According to Spanish media published the Government of Spain would be willing to make a boycott of meat and soy in Argentina if nationalize YPF. The European Union has “no tools” to support the government Iberian. The Foreign Ministry of Argentina considered that the Spanish defense is “an exaggeration”.
Vice President of Spain, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, said that they are “not aware” of a process of nationalization of YPF by the Argentine government, but warned that if it happens, her government will “take appropriate decisions.”
All large print Spanish newspapers reflected the dispute filed by the Spanish government to the Argentine for rumors of nationalization of YPF. All advocate the position of the Spanish Repsol.
According to the Spanish Ministry: “The foreign minister, Juan Antonio Garcia-Margallo, summoned this morning the Ambassador of Argentina in Spain, Carlos Bettini, to show in the next few hours his ‘concern’ about the possible decision of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to expropriate YPF, Repsol’s subsidiary in Argentina. “
Spanish Industry Minister Juan Manuel Soria, said the government will come out in defense of Respol if Argentina tries to nationalize YPF.
After the national strike that disrupted the activities in Spain, President Mariano Rajoy decided to continue with his economic policies and announce the biggest cut since the return of democracy to that country: 27,000 million euros.