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Trust but verify

27 August 2014 By Neil Unmack, Pierre Briançon

France has a more credible government, Italy is moving towards reform and the ECB’s Draghi wants looser fiscal policies. So far, Berlin isn’t impressed. But a new EU Commission takes over soon, leaving more room for talks on growth-friendly policies – which will benefit Germany. 

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