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Banking (dis)union

15 May 2013 By Neil Unmack, Olaf Storbeck

A banking union will be flawed without a central resolution authority, but that may mean a cumbersome treaty change. Any compromise could only be a stop-gap. That won’t derail the project, but it will leave Europe’s crisis defences weaker for some years.

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