Matthew Lynn

Strategy Economics

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Chief Executive of Strategy Economics, a London-based business consulting firm; long-time business journalist and author of Bust: Greece, the Euro, and the Sovereign Debt Crisis

Matthew Lynn on KCRW

In Europe yesterday, there was another summit and  another delay  in taking the action needed to stave off another worldwide recession.

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Yesterday's summit of European leaders  put off action until Wednesday, another delay in a financial crisis that's beginning to sound like 2008.

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Yesterday's summit of European leaders put off action until Wednesday, another delay in a financial crisis that's beginning to sound like 2008.

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