January 21, 2012

Germany's War Against Keynes

John Browne, Christian Science Monitor

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As European leaders hurtle toward another make-or-break summit on the debt crisis Jan. 30,Germany’s economic leadership will again be put to the test. At the last summit in December,Berlin was unable to persuade London to back a plan to more tightly bind the economic policies of all 27 members of the European Union.

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