By Euro Weekly News Media • 07 December 2011 • 16:58
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FORTY per cent of parents in Spain plan to spend more than €100 per child on toys this Christmas.
A survey carried out by toy store Imaginarium reveals that despite the financial crisis, parents in Spain are amongst the most generous in Europe.
This is especially true when compared to the Portuguese, where only 15 per cent will spend more than €100.
In Italy and Germany, around 20 per cent will spend this amount.
The average budget for toys this Christmas is between €50 and €100, an amount which 51 per cent of Spanish parents plan to spend.
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