LONDON (Reuters) – The euro zone remains at risk of being hit by debt-crisis-style country-specific shocks, the head of the International Monetary Fund’s European department said on Friday.
“Risk to the euro area’s stability arising from country-specific shocks, risks that were so violently displayed in the euro zone crisis, remain very serious,” the IMF’s Poul Thomsen said in a speech at the London School of Economics.
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He added that some countries with still struggling with low potential growth rates and...
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