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Interviews on Current Issues

Germany's 'Self-Defeating' Policies Toward Southern Europe

March 29, 2013

Adam S. Posen assesses the impact of Germany's pursuit of costly terms for bailing out Greece, Cyprus, and other troubled economies in Europe.





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