Former Dutch Minister of Finance and ex-President of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem talks to Paul Buitink about the euro crisis and if he would have done things differently with Greece. Would a debt jubilee have been more appropriate?
They also discuss the viability of the banking union and in particular the European Deposit Insurance Scheme. Will this union ever be completed with the Italians banks being so weak? Shoulld citizens get bank accounts with the central bank?
The conversation continues with a debate about the future of the European Union and the role of its key politicians such as Macron and Juncker.
And ultimately, what will Mr. Dijsselbloem do next?
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