Election deadlock raises fears of new crisis in recently calmer eurozone

Election deadlock raises fears of new crisis in recently calmer eurozone

By Simon Tilford, 26 February 2013
From The Washington Post

"The politics of the current strategy for coping with the eurozone are looking increasingly fraught and unworkable,” said Simon Tilford of the CER. "On a positive note, if it leads to a rethinking of this approach, then it could be positive for the future of the currency union," he added.

Link to press quote:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/qanda-election-deadlock-raises-fears-of-new-crisis-in-recently-calmer-eurozone/2013/02/26/90858bd4-8048-11e2-a671-0307392de8de_story.html