One of the German government's closest economic advisers has warned the euro has a "limited chance of survival" and may only last for another five years.
In an interview with newspaper Welt am Sonntag, Dr Konrad, chairman of a scientific council that advises the finance ministry, said: "Europe is important to me. Not the euro. And I would only give the...
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