If you think the point of monetary union is to increase the interdependencies between our economies, trade and foreign direct investment, then think again, writes Yanis Varoufakis, an economist and former Greek finance minister.
The greatest success story in terms of meshing together economies applies to those such as Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Germany - countries that do not share the euro. If you look at the...
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