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Ministry of Economy
and Finance
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Agency overview
Formed April 17, 2004
Preceding agency Ministry of Economy
Jurisdiction Spanish government
Headquarters Real Casa de la Aduana

9, Calle de Alcalá Madrid

Annual budget 6,633,081,780 €, 2008[1]
Agency executive Mrs. Elena Salgado Méndez, Minister
Child agencies Secretaría de Estado de Hacienda y Presupuestos[2]
Secretaría de Estado de Economía[3]
Website
Minister of Economy and Finance(Spanish)
Real Casa de la Aduana, Ministry of Economy and Finance headquarters (Madrid).

The Ministry of Economy and Finance (Spanish: Ministerio de Economía y Hacienda) is the Ministry of Economic affairs and Second Vice President of the Government of Spain

This Ministry is in charge of the development, proposal and execution of the economical policy of the government, specially of the State Budgets, the control of Public Companies and the taxes levying.

Since José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero was elected as the Prime Minister, Pedro Solbes was the Minister of Economy and Finance of Spain. Since April 2009, Elena Salgado succeeded Pedro Solbes in Ministry of Economy and Finances

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