Started by redbox, 12:15, 20 September 11
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Quote from: Gryzor on 13:59, 20 September 11What he is saying is, by itself, true, but the problem is that Europe is NOT such an area. This means that each member state is at a different point of their economic cycles, with different needs and different problems. So, what is best for Germany (just an example) could be catastrophic for a peripheral country, like Greece. It's utterly stupid to face the 17 economies as being the one and same. So, maybe (and that's just a maybe, not even a guarantee) if there was a central finance or economics ministry the overall figures could be better, but the inequality would widen, obviously at the expense of the smaller members.
Quote from: steve on 17:56, 20 September 11The UK pays more to Europe than it receives which is why the only people who want the UK to be in Europe are those who receive money from Europe.
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