The move to a common currency could cause European countries to discover they have far less in common than they thought by Milton Friedman A COMMON currency is an excellent monetary arrangement under some circumstances, a poor arrangement under others. Whether it is good or bad depends primarily on the adjustment mechanisms that are available […]

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