United in conflict

Ben-Ami, Daniel
November 2014
Fund Strategy;Nov2014, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the establishment, financial challenges, and economic policy of the eurozone. Topics explored include the significance of the German reunification in 1990 to the European Union (EU), the implementation of similar interest rates in EU member countries under the governance of the Eiropean Central Bank (ECB), and the 2014 eurozone growth forecast issued by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).


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