Brussels can't reverse the outburst

The EU's policy recommendations for each country reads like a compendium of what's wrong with Europe. Add a monumental outburst of truth from one regulator and you've got a clear list of problems with no solutions.

Last Wednesday, the European Commission released a set of economic policy recommendations in its very own style. Written in the usual diplomatic and legal prose of utmost transparency, and available in all the European Union’s official languages, it told each individual member state which reforms needed to be tackled if Europe ever wanted to return to growth and full employment.

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