U.S., Europe Nowhere Close to Ending Crisis, Krugman SaysGordana Filipovic
The U.S. and the European Union are “nowhere close to ending” the financial crisis and German-led austerity efforts may lead to a 1930s-style economic depression, Nobel laureate Paul Krugman said.
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