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What’s Plan B for the Euro?

Plan A for saving the eurozone amounts to a slow reduction of private and public debt as well as labor market adjustments that will continue for years to come. But this risks “Japanifying” Europe, argues Clemens Fuest

Clemens Fuest
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What’s Plan B for the Euro?

Plan A for saving the eurozone amounts to a slow reduction of private and public debt as well as labor market adjustments that will continue for years to come. But this risks “Japanifying” Europe, argues Clemens Fuest

Clemens Fuest

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