A Euro Divided Cannot Stand
One of the major problems confronting the successful implementation of the euro is the bifurcation of European policy. Monetary policy is slated to be centralized under a new European Central Bank. But most other policies, ranging from taxes to labor law, will remain with national governments. How is a single currency going to succeed if policies don't converge?
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