OECD’s Gurría wants ‘mother of all’ firewalls in Europe


Angel Gurría, the OECD secretary-general, today (March 27) urged eurozone authorities to agree to expand the stabilisation funds available to struggling eurozone sovereigns.

Speaking in Brussels at the launch of the OECD Economic Surveys of the Euro Area and the European Union, Gurría did not mince his words, in a speech titled The unfinished business of making Europe work.

"Today, we are presenting two books, but only one overriding message: Europe needs to step up its efforts to create the

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