Spain faces two new claims over bank restructuring
A group of Mexican investors led by a former director of Banco Popular, a major Spanish bank declared "likely to fail" by an EU banking authority, has filed a pair of investment treaty claims against Spain over the state’s role in a resolution that saw the bank sold to rival Santander for one euro.
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