You Thought '93 Was Rotten For Europe? Just WaitBill Javetski
It's no secret around Europe that economic growth is the essential fuel of European unity. After suffering two years of political calamity and the worst economic downturn in 40 years, Europe's best and brightest are now daring to dream again. With a U.S. recovery solidly under way and a global trade accord in the bag, Europe's politicians look to 1994 as the year to resume the march toward superpower status.
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