Bank of Spain governor Luis Linde has accused some European countries of being slow to adapt to the changing nature of membership to the region's monetary union.
Linde made the comments as he discussed Spain's recovery in a testimony before the Senate Budget Committee on November 21, cautioning that it is heavily conditioned by the fragile external setting. The euro area is still being dragged down by the inability to definitively restore confidence in the soundness of the monetary union, he exp
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