By Kenneth Rapoza – The eurozone crisis is over two years old now.
Over the weekend, Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti said he feared the euro could still break up. Monti voiced concerns that tensions sparked by the eurozone crisis have already turned countries against each other and must not be allowed to rip Europe apart.
“If governments were to let themselves be bound completely by the decisions of their parliaments without maintaining their own scope for negotiation, Europe is more likely to break up than see closer integration,” he said in Der Spiegel. more> http://tinyurl.com/bqsaaq2
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