Olli's new Eurogroup Categories - German and non-German
Then during the questions there emerged a new phrase about the 17-member single currency: 'the 16 non-German members of the eurozone.'
Great. Europe is being divided into 'Germans' and 'non-Germans.' Last time I came across this kind of thing was in South Africa in the early 1980s when the doors -- and pretty much everything else --were designated for 'whites' and 'non-whites.'
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