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A worthy try

6 September 2012 By Neil Unmack

The ECB’s third bond-buying plan in as many years won’t please everyone; the IMF will be involved, and markets won’t get explicit yield targets. Most important, the plan is a gamble on governments keeping their promises. But the euro zone should soon have a powerful backstop.

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