June 14, 2012

All Pain, No Gain in Southern Europe

Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times

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Attempts to address southern European economic crises have brought little more than anguish and uncertainty.

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TAGGED: Portugal, Spain, Greece, Italy, Eurozone, Europe, Southern Europe

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