December 20, 2013

EU Is in Denial over Its Failed Currency

Jeremy Warner, Daily Telegraph

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Rarely has the economic gulf that separates the English-speaking world and continental Europe looked quite as wide as it does today. While much of the eurozone remains mired in an economic funk, Britain and America are recovering fast, with rising demand and near record levels of private-sector job creation.

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