Eurozone crisis is political

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Protest in Spain over high youth unemployment and a downgrade warning on Italy’s debt highlight political problems in the eurozone. FT Lex’s Edward Hadas and Vincent Boland discuss whether the lack of strong leaders (in Germany and Spain now, and soon in Italy) is pushing the sovereign debt crisis into a more dangerous phase.

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Source: Financial Times, May 23, 2011.

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