Oscar Cruz, language school employee
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Spain: 'Qualified professionals will want to leave'

The Spanish government has borrowed around $2.5bn on the bond markets, although the interest rate it had to offer has risen.

Despite concerns about the country's economy, there are some businesses that are managing to grow.

The BBC's Jon Sopel spoke to Oscar Cruz, who works at a language school in Madrid, which is taking on more students than ever.

Mr Cruz says Spain would eventually lose qualified professionals, as more people take on language courses because they are looking to a future outside of the country.

  • 07 Jun 2012
  • From the section Europe
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