The euro's nervous breakdown

Keegan, William
October 2000
New Statesman;10/30/2000, Vol. 129 Issue 4510, p13
Discusses the status of the euro. Candidates for the presidency of the European Central Bank; Reasons for the euro's problems; Views on the management of euro's problems; Economic trend of the euro.


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