Yanis Varoufakis: Why we should all be wary of the euro

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Yanis Varoufakis: "If you think the point of monetary union is to increase the interdependencies between our economies, trade and foreign direct investment, think again."
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Yanis Varoufakis: "If you think the point of monetary union is to increase the interdependencies between our economies, trade and foreign direct investment, think again."

Economist and former Greek minister of finance Yanis Varoufakis offers a personal take on the euro - what's worked, what hasn't and why we all need to be wary

If you think the point of monetary union is to increase the interdependencies between our economies, trade and foreign direct investment, think again. The greatest success story in terms of meshing...

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