Finland’s Liikanen discusses weaknesses in Europe


Governor of the Bank of Finland, Erkki Liikanen, on Monday spoke at the Atlantic Council, a Washington DC-based think tank, about the stresses Europe faced and the potential ways out of the crisis.

"Europe in general and the eurozone in particular has become the centre of attention of the financial markets," said Liikanen.

However, he said this was not so because of the average condition of the European economy. "Indeed, judging by several objective criteria, Europe is not worse off economically

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