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How fighting inflation could imperil the euro zone

7 mins | Jun 29, 2022
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Relying on the European Central Bank to backstop the currency union is dangerous. Having spent trillions supporting its economies during the COVID-19 pandemic, Europe is more indebted than it was a decade ago. Although the Central Bank is accustomed to walking the line, it has a new economic crisis to solve, and The Economist speculates that the euro will become dangerously frail.
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