看好欧洲的理由

巴黎—如今,很多人都相信欧元无法拯救希腊政坛乱象和西班牙失业高企:等着看吧,他们说,过不了几个月,欧盟不可避免的崩溃就会到来。

黑暗预言通常不会是对的,但也不是没有自我实现的可能。坦白讲,如今扮演凶兆预言家不仅成为一直信奉“没消息便是好消息”的媒体的热衷之事,而且看上去前所未有地明智。对欧盟来说,情况从来没有那样严重过。

正是在这样一个关键时刻,重塑信心——以及最重要的,在考虑问题时坚守常识——至关重要。有十大理由能够让我们相信,断言欧元以及整个欧盟的命运还为时过早。这十大理由都是十分理性的观点,应能让悲观分析师和惊慌不已的投资者深信不疑。

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