ECB faces parliamentary grilling on Troika track record

European Parliament

Representatives from the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Commission today faced down questions from politicians on the way in which the Troika dealt with "crisis countries" in the eurozone.

The European Parliament announced it would investigate the Troika - the ECB, European Commission and International Monetary Fund (IMF) - last month. Today marked the first of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee's hearings on the "successes and failures" of the adjustment programmes

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