December 17, 2010

Did Merkel Save the Euro?

Carsten Volkery, Der Spiegel

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel had been heavily criticized in the run-up to the European summit in Brussels. But on Thursday, she got what she wanted -- a change to the Lisbon Treaty allowing future measures to combat currency crises. But will it be enough?

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TAGGED: European Union, Europe, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eurozone

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