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Draghi: No going back to old euro ways

Frankfurt : Germany | Aug 29, 2012 at 3:34 AM PDT
Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer
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Germany (AP) European Central Bank head Mario Draghi says the euro's original setup was unworkable and there's no going back but argues that ways to fix the 17-country shared currency are within reach. European officials don't need to set up a complete political union but can repair the currency union... FULL ARTICLE AT Seattle Post Intelligencer
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