Europe's One Road To Prosperity
It's official. As Europe's last lingering vacationers complete their reentry, summer, 1995, will go down in the books as the first one in four years in which the European Union was not shaken by a crisis in currency and bond markets or some spectacular blow to the cause of integration. Reassuring? Hardly, given the sputtering sounds already coming from the next round of Europe's business cycle.
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