Someone Still Wants the Euro: EstoniaMartin Ehl
To be the governor of the Estonian national bank or the Estonian prime minister these days above all requires nerves of steel. No, not that keeping one's cool shouldn't be a standard characteristic for every politician or banker, but the test for the nerves of Estonian officials is truly enormous: At a time when the euro zone, because of Greece, is in tumult and when reflections on its disbandment aren't exceptional, these men were awaiting the European Commission's assessment of whether their country is prepared to adopt the common currency.
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