Analysis: The serious business of fixing the euro begins

09/23/2010 | Economist (free content), The

Rules that require greater fiscal discipline from eurozone countries are expected to help, but Europe would be wise not to let its work in fixing the euro end there, according to The Economist. Shoring up Portugal, Ireland, Greece and Spain isn't enough. Europe also needs to implement reform that would lead to increased competitiveness and growth in member states with strong government finances and a positive trade balance, the magazine notes.

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