Bertelsmann Stiftung (ed.)

Henning vom Stein, Sabine Seeger

Zukunft Soziale Marktwirtschaft - Impulse 01/2015: The euro – more than just a currency

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Indeed, they are very closely interconnected. Despite this, in the face of heated debates arising once again over a looming sovereign default by Greece, there is once again an uneasy feeling about having to pay up for the debts of other member states. In Germany, the largest contributor country, the willingness to act in solidarity is steadily decreasing. And this is despite the fact that Germany profits from the euro in many ways. Even in the country with the strongest economy, many are asking themselves whether this is the beginning of the end for the euro zone.