VIENNA (Reuters) – The euro zone can conquer its crisis in the next few years if countries get their financial houses in order, the head of the bloc’s rescue fund was quoted saying in Der Spiegel magazine, scolding Germans for being too pessimistic about the region’s outlook.
“There is good reason to hope that the crisis is over in two to three years’ time,” European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) chief Klaus Regling said, according to a preview of the weekly German magazine.
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