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SPAIN-BANKS/IRELAND
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November 30, 2012 
A banner advertising houses for sale is seen in Estepona, southern Spain November 30, 2012. Spain's "bad... 
Estepona, Spain 
A banner advertising houses for sale is seen in Estepona, southern Spain 
A banner advertising houses for sale is seen in Estepona, southern Spain November 30, 2012. Spain's "bad bank" opened its doors on Friday with a blueprint broadly based on Dublin's National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) and a similar remit: to purge the country's lenders of toxic property assets that left them dangerously short of capital and reliant on European aid. Just like NAMA, SAREB - as the Spanish version is known - begins life accused both of paying too much for assets that have gone bad, and depressing the property market by acquiring them so cheaply. It has yet to attract private capital. The banner reads, ""Finished homes. 100% financing directly from the bank." REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
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