The Eurogroup has a communications problem. At least according to Jeroen Dijsselbloem,the president of the Eurogroup – the member governments of the single currency, who told a meeting of the European Parliament’s economic and finance committee on 21 March that the group had fudged, if only from a public relations point of view, the handling of the Cyrus bailout affair.
Those Cypriot citizens on the ground, the ones who have been frozen out from accessing mone...
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