Estonian governor calls for eurozone co-operation


The governor of the Bank of Estonia, Andres Lipstok, said on March 26 that co-operation between eurozone states was essential in ensuring recovery from the financial crisis is sustainable and price stability is achieved.

The need for countries to abide by the terms of the European Financial Stability Mechanism, and to act in the interests of the entire union, rather than in the interests of individual members, is paramount, along with "tighter co-operation" between euro member states, said the

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