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This is a sign of the times.In an interview with EUobserver, Turkey’s permanent representative to the EU, Selim Kuneralp, made some interesting comments on the future of the eurozone . In particular, he said that, although the Franco-German proposals t…

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The new Italian government has been in office for less than 20 days. That must have seemed an eternity given the record interest rates Italy has been forced to pay by the markets over the past few weeks, while uncertainty remained over what Mario Monti…

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Sarko Has Spoken

The day after French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s keynote speech (available here) on the state of French economy and the future of the eurozone, those who (like us) were expecting a bit more details on what exactly France is planning to change in the EU…

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