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The eurozone isn’t ready for the next big shock

  • Here’s how to fix that.

MADRID — The return to economic growth in the eurozone has produced a dangerous sense of complacency on the Old Continent, especially in the richer countries of the north.

But Italy’s flirtation with an exit from the euro under a populist government is a stark reminder that, if left unaddressed, the deep structural weaknesses that plague the single currency could trigger an existential crisis across the EU.

Euro currency guidance financial concept as a european money icon floating in the water with a businessman using an oar to steer and guide the economic symbol.
Euro currency guidance financial concept as a european money icon floating in the water with a businessman using an oar to steer and guide the economic symbol.

It would be a mistake, therefore, to believe we can drive along in business-as-usual mode, or just take a few small steps toward more European…

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