The Banco de España, Spain’s central bank, has been praised for balancing a forward-looking attitude to market liberalisation with a prudent approach to risk management. Governor Jaime Caruana talks to Peter Wise.

Q What are the main drivers for – and possible threats to – medium-term economic growth in Spain?

A The Spanish economy has maintained a pattern of growth in recent years based essentially on domestic consumption and construction.

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