Elizabeth Duke, a member of the board of governors at the Federal Reserve, and Benoît Cœuré, a member of the executive board of the European Central Bank, today (July 20) participated in a panel discussion looking at central bank cooperation during crises.
Cœuré took the opportunity to attack what he termed the level of international "misunderstanding" over the eurozone's approach to dealing with the economic strife there. He claimed that the region is being made a scapegoat for worldwide
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