Debt crisis - Which way now for the Eurozone?

Published on 10 March 2011 at 15:26

Debt crisis

Which way now for the Eurozone?

The Daily Telegraph

Political paralysis in Brussels, monetary tightening by the ECB and soaring rates for Portuguese, Irish and Greek bonds : the omens for the crucial 11 March Eurozone summit on how to head off the deepening economic crisis are not good.


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