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Europe governments banking on confusion of strangers

MARK Carney, governor of the Bank of England, notoriously remarked in January that the UK was unduly reliant on "the kindness of strangers" - a phrase that sounds like a lovelorn 1950s ballad from Frank Sinatra - to fund its large current account deficit.

Not just in the UK's European

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