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Stars aligned for euro overhaul, EU reboot

Macron pushes for greater fiscal integration within the EU as a way to address at least some of the shortcomings

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"I have nothing against a euro-area budget. I have proposed in 2012 a smaller euro-area budget and failed miserably. I'm very glad that this idea is being introduced again." - German Chancellor Angela Merkel (left, pictured with French President Emmanuel Macron).

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WHEN France elected Emmanuel Macron in May, the prospects of mending the euro's inherent flaws suddenly brightened. Adopted in 1999, the common European currency was intended as a political project to foster unity, but the crisis in Greece a decade later exposed the euro's

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