(Adds details, background) MADRID, Nov 27 (Reuters) - The Spanish government will spend an extra 11 billion euros ($14.19 billion) on public works and other stimulus measures to create 300,000 jobs next year and shelter Spain from the global crisis, Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero said on Thursday. The plan includes 800 million euros in aid for the auto sector and is meant to safeguard jobs following the collapse of Spain's residential building boom, Zapatero told Spain's ...
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