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Non-market failure

29 April 2005 By Edward Hadas

Spreads between strong and weak government credits have widened, but are still much too tight. That’s mostly the fault of the ECB. European governments have failed to discipline themselves since the euro’s launch. It’s time to give the market a go.

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