The Gain After Europe's Pain

Imagine Europe's economic landscape in 2020. Its top 100 companies include high-tech giants born at the turn of the century. They hold their own in Silicon Valley and Tokyo, employing hundreds of thousands of Information Age workers in high-paying jobs. A stable euro vies with the dollar as the world's reserve currency. And unemployment has shrunk to 6%, thanks to a boom in entrepreneurial activity.

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