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Euro “Will Collapse” As Is “House of Cards” Warns Founder of Euro

The Euro "will collapse" as it is a"house of cards" warned Otmar Issing, the founder and creator of the euro in an extraordinary interview on Monday. Paper currency - Euro paper notes and Greek drachma note In the explosive interview with the journal Central Banking, Professor Issing, said "one day, the house of cards will collapse” as the European Central Bank (ECB) is becoming dangerously over-extended and the whole euro project is unworkable in its current form.
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