Spain, Hungary, Japan down on economy
Tuesday 26 July 2011 - by Nicola York
Spain, Hungary, Japan and Italy are the most downbeat about the prospects for their economies according to a survey by pollsters Ipsos Mori.
Ipsos Mori spokesman Ashish Prashar says: "In the wake of the debt crisis it is no surprise that the British public remain among the most negative worldwide, along with a group of major European countries including Spain, Italy and France."
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