I haven’t written much about Europe’s economic woes because mostly they’re the same as they’ve been for many years, now. About the only difference I see, is that it’s becoming apparent that, as predicted, Germany can’t carry the weight of the Euro-zone, and is now showing some signs of fatigue.
I’m only writing about this, because I see an Italian actually seeing a problem with one of the supposed fixes.
MILAN (AP) — The leaders of Germany, France and Italy put their differences over fiscal discipline and austerity politics aside at an EU jobs summit Wednesday, pledging instead to focus energies on quickly allocating 6.4 billion euros ($7.6 billion) already earmarked to Europe’s 5 million unemployed youths.
The jobs summit — the third high-level meeting to tackle the continent’s employment crisis in less than 18 month — offered no new proposals…
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