For some time now the world has heard talk of the euro’s demise and of a grim — and perhaps even well-deserved — collapse of the great European dream of monetary and economic union. For the euro’s legion of skeptics, the breakup of the euro is seen as the right solution to the fiscal and banking crises that have now dragged down the world economy for more than three years. Read the Financial Post article and Terence Corcoran’s interview with Robert Mundell.
Terence Corcoran: Snakes at the end of euro tunnel
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