The One Way That A Monetary Union Can Work In Europe
Natixis chief economist Patrick Artus explains why there’s only one way that a monetary union between countries with different demographics can actually work
Even though Greece seems to have reached a deal to extend its bailout for another four months, and the eurozone is generally healthier than during the 2012 debt crisis, it’s still fair to ask if countries with such different economies can both benefit from using a single currency in the . . .
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