The euro Sick men of euroland - The declining euro-dollar rate fits the agenda of euroland governments. Sclerotic Germany's crying need for structural reform has been clear for 15 years - but the politicians aren't up to it. They struck cynical bargains in the run-up to monetary union, but even these can't cure the German disease. Other countries will join the sick list.
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