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Dossier. Ten years of the single currency


The European single currency is now a decade old. Politicians in particular sometimes criticise the way the European Central Bank manages the euro. But what would have happened to countries like Italy if they had had to face up on their own to storms like the one that is now violently shaking up the world.

The European single currency is now a decade old. Politicians in particular sometimes criticise the way the European Central Bank manages the euro. But what would have happened to countries like Italy if they had had to face up on their own to storms like the one that is now violently shaking up the world.

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