By Andrew Hay MADRID, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Spanish unions called on Thursday for regional protests against layoffs at big firms and lending restrictions by banks after the global crisis sent Spain's unemployment rate to the highest in the European Union. In what would be the first wave of demonstrations since Spain entered recession last year, unions urged workers to march through Santander in the north on Thursday night behind banners reading "No to abuse by businessmen and bankers, more ...
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