Time will tell on Europe’s Grand Plan

Has it worked? Has Europe’s Grand Plan given the region’s frazzled investors anything more than a few days of euphoria before the disappointment sets in? After all, it has taken long enough to cobble together.

  • 28 Oct 2011

"It’s too soon to say," would no doubt have been the response of Zhou Enlai, the first premier of the People’s Republic of China. He is commonly supposed to have made the comment in reference to the French Revolution some 200 years before.

In fact he was referring ...

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