ECB expansion raises questions of independence

ARTICLE - Will new entrants to the monetary union significantly alter Euroland monetary policy? They could, unless voting rules at the ECB's Governing Council are carefully examined to avoid the possibility of regional bias. Article from the Taipei Times, 26 July.

Written by Ellen Meade, a senior research fellow for the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics.

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