Conflicting interests at heart of Eurozone crisis, say Credit Institute panellists

Marrying the needs of strong core and weak periphery is far from straightforward, said panellists at latest Credit Institute event


Despite the best efforts this month by policymakers to put in place a long-term crisis management framework for Eurozone countries, the immediate task of managing the disparate needs of the strong core and weak periphery is a puzzle with no obvious solutions.

That was the consensus, at least, of panellists trying to assess the cost of the Eurozone crisis at the latest Credit Institute event, held in London on March 24. The discussion was moderated by Duncan Sankey, portfolio director and head of

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