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Europe and the US: A tale of two Financial Crises

Nicolas Véron looks at the differences between the financial crisis in the US and what is happening in the financial sector in Europe. There are serious problems and risks on both sides of the Atlantic, but they are not the same. Click here   to download this comment. This comment was also published in La […]

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Nicolas Véron looks at the differences between the financial crisis in the US and what is happening in the financial sector in Europe. There are serious problems and risks on both sides of the Atlantic, but they are not the same.

Click here   to download this comment.

This comment was also published in La Tribune.


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