Europe’s default dilemma

So much smoke and so many mirrors have surrounded the Greeks over the last two years, that they must feel they are trapped in a recurring 1980s Mykonos disco nightmare.

  • 10 Jun 2011
The ECB continues to fight Germany’s desire for prolonging Greek debt by seven years if there is to be a further bail-out package. Some critics accuse the ECB — for which, read Trichet — of putting its own reputation — for which, read legacy — first. Other critics ...

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