THE EURO ON TRIAL - The economic slowdown that has been pummeling the U.S., Japan, and Southeast Asia is now hitting Europe, forcing economists and policymakers to revise predictions that the new currency, languishing at around 86c - more than 25% below its value when it was launched - would help to make the euro zone an economic powerhouse. The euro has knit Europe's economies together, but much ...
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