By Jean-Jacques Rosa
L'euro s'est révélé un fardeau intolérable pour los angeles plupart des économies européennes. Le retour du franc est-il souhaitable, nécessaire, attainable ? remark peut-il se faire sans drame et quelles en seraient les conséquences et implications politiques ?
Jean-Jacques Rosa développe une examine économique claire et rigoureuse qui répond enfin aux questions que vous vous posez sur le rôle, et l'avenir des monnaies nationales.
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