The euro zone has only a matter of weeks to take steps that will ensure the common currency’s survival, former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair says in an exclusive interview with the Journal’s Managing Editor, Robert Thomson.

12/1/2011 5:36:22 PM

Category: Currency, Video

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3 Responses to “Tony Blair: Final Decision Point Nears for Euro”

  1. flipjes says:

    If Tony says so, it must be true. He’s not the kind of guy who would tell some cock and bull story to promote his personal agenda.

  2. escapeartist says:

    After reading The Indpendent’s story on Goldman Sachs I have to take Mr. Blair with a grain of salt. He is, after all, an “international advisor” for JPMorgan Chase.

  3. victor says:

    Nope, the end of the euro is NOT nigh. “A matter of weeks”? I suspect they’ll limp along for many, many, moons. Governments have an (almost) inexhaustible amount of tricks inside their deep bags to kick the can down the road, the road to perdition say some but nobody knows, really. It could be the way to salvation for what we know. I wouldn’t sell short the Northern Europeans’ will to produce a salvage operation, after all it is in their interest. God’s ways are many and so are the Governments’. And above all, Governments lie.