Chaired by John O’Sullivan, The Economist's European economics correspondent, the Euro Zone Dialogue will raise the difficult issues and answer tough questions on the future of single currency:
- Is monetary union possible without political union to ensure?
- Can the EU develop credible instruments to control members' money-raising and spending? - Should the EU police the euro members or should the IMF intervene?
- What role could the Germany play in forcing reform in other euro zone countries?
- What would happen if a member left the zone - would it boost its competitiveness or become isolated and destabilised?
Join senior policy makers, leading executives and economists at this exclusive debate to find out where the euro goes from here and if it can survive the current crisis.
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