‘France and Germany: Europe’s monetary odd couple’ – Natixis writes in Institutional Investor

It’s difficult to reach a consensus for the policies needed in the eurozone when two of the region’s largest economic powers pursue starkly diverse strategies. Writing for Institutional Investor’s ‘Unconventional Wisdom’ column, Patrick Artus, chief economist at Natixis, evaluates the incompatible policies of Germany and France – illustrating yet another complexity of a currency area made up of economies with major structural asymmetries.

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