News Analysis: A Time for Follow-Up as European Central Bank Meets
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News Analysis: A Time for Follow-Up as European Central Bank Meets

Madrid : Spain | Jul 30, 2012 at 12:02 AM PDT
Source: International Herald Tribune
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Related in Opinion Now the president of the European Central Bank faces the much more complicated task of delivering on last week's promise to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro . He will have a chance to give substance to that bold statement on Thursday when the bank's governing council meets.... FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
 
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