Europe’s corporate sector is faring better than expected, despite and not because of, its politicians, says Mark Malloch-Brown
The slow train wreck of the euro crisis has reverberated through world markets.
For a while it threatened recession in the US which raised fears of rapidly slowing growth in China and in turn threatened Brazil with its dependence on commodity exports to China.
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