Originally Posted by frahse
So you expect no change until the EU is in total fiscal ruin and anarchy, and the smoke from the next "war to end all wars" has dissipated?
The Euro crisis is a *real* threat to the EU and in three years they've done a lot of talking and very little doing. And they haven't even begun to address the *bigger* threat of the banks' toxic assets.
Talk and posturing tends to substitute for action more often than not in Brussels.
(Just ask the colluding price fix six.)