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ECB's First Chief Economist Warns: The EU Is A "House Of Cards"

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, None of the following about the EU will come as a surprise to most of you, but the language used by Otmar Issing is nevertheless pretty remarkable. The Telegraph reports: The European Central Bank is becoming dangerously over-extended and the whole euro project is unworkable in its current form, the founding architect of the monetary union has warned.
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