Europe's single currency: The instability and fudge pact - The Economist

Europe's single currency: The instability and fudge pact

Europe's single currency: The instability and fudge pact - The Economist
Europe's single currency: The instability and fudge pact
Published Sep 11, 2004
614 words — Published Sep 11, 2004
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Why it is right to water down the rules for the euro EUROPE'S finance ministers, like their counterparts everywhere, usually crave discipline and clarity. Yet this weekend they will be discussing a plan by the European Commission to...

  
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