LONDON (Reuters) – The euro zone crisis is entering a fresh, treacherous stage for governments, that could just cross their fingers which slow-burn reforms pays off before voters receive fed up with austerity plus excellent unemployment. On the face of it, 2013 ought to be a far less distressing year than 2012 for the 17-nation single-currency region. Financial conditions have improved tremendously because the European Central Bank guaranteed to do any it takes to maintain the euro. …
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