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If all the recent events weren’t enough, a story in today’s Guardian poses another question mark against the long-term economic prospects of the eurozone. Germany, the EU’s economic powerhouse and ‘paymaster of the eurozone’, is shrinking and faster th…

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The Commission has today presented plans to tighten up budgetary supervision and oversight in an attempt to avoid a repeat of the current eurozone crisis in the future (i.e. making up for the obvious and fundamental flaw of the eurozone, which is that …

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Kick-start

Open Europe has a short article in this month’s edition of Parliament Magazine, detailing how the Spanish EU Presidency could contribute to getting Europe’s economy back on track. We argue:Instead of trying to make economic underperformance illegal an…

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