Reluctant EU leader puts economics first
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Reluctant EU leader puts economics first

Germans know the score: they might not want to pay for problems in Europe but the alternative — eurozone break-up — would be far more costly. Meanwhile, the politicians have realised that to preserve the euro, Germany has had to become Europe’s leader — a position that, given the country’s history, makes many citizens uncomfortable. Chris Wright reports.

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