Spanish housing foreclosures rise in 2014 even as crisis ebbs

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    (Reuters) – Housing foreclosures in Spain rose again in 2014 as families struggle to cope with debts despite the economy emerging from years of economic crisis.

    Foreclosure procedures rose more than 9 percent to 119,442 homes compared with 2013 and, within that, those against people in their main residence increased by 7.4 percent to 34,680, data from the National Statistics Institute (INE) showed on Thursday.

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