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Life after bailouts

14 May 2013 By Neil Unmack

The former ECB board member thinks the Italian government should seek aid to make its reforms credible. Yet markets’ current docility makes a bailout less necessary, and politically more improbable. The comments mostly highlight the euro zone’s shortage of both carrots and sticks.

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