Never mind Brexit, there's work to be done. Work on changes to the way the global monetary system operates, that is, and before it blows up again. Policy makers from the European Central Bank and top-flight academics are meeting this week in the Portuguese resort of Sintra to cogitate on this and other questions. Here's what we learned on day one:
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