Luca De Biase
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Mercoledì, 23 marzo 2005

Maastricht it's past

Europeans seem to have agreed to reduce the constraints to their economic policy that were part of the Maastricht's treaty.

Italians are happy. They can now have their debt grow again more than 3 percent a year. The fact that Eurostat disagrees with their way to assess their national accounts, suggesting that there were wrong doings in the past few years, seems to have been forgotten. But it is there. It will come back. How comes Italians think only to the last news and never to the history of their problems?
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