The restructuring will be carried out in three phases, between 2002 and 2004, with ten branches being closed during each stage.
Unions say the closures will affect over 300 workers, but most of them will be transferred. There will also be an early retirement plan. The Bank of Spain will have 22 branches once the restructuring has been concluded. All
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