Being forced to pay back the state aid “would be a serious attack to legal security in Spain and it will cause Spanish shipyards to lose their clients,” Spanish Shipping Association president Adolfo Utor told reporters in Madrid on Thursday.
Sun, Jul 07, 2013 - Page 14 News List
Spain’s shipyards sink as orders ebb on payback fears
By Katell Abiven / AFP, VIGO, Spain
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