What developments in Spain and the Netherlands mean for European policy outcomes

I have a number of links coming up in today's daily commentary. The likely topic will be US interest rates. But there is a second topic I wanted to riff on so I am posting here separately. I have just finished reading a Wall Street Journal article on the Netherlands and their fiscal woes. The article reads:

The Netherlands—By reputation one of the euro zone's strongest economic powers, the Netherlands is succumbing to some of the same problems afflicting the currency bloc's weakest econ...


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