" For almost a decade, yields on bonds issued by different Euro-zone governments moved close together. By joining the Euro-bloc currency regime, every member state could suddenly reap the benefits of "free-riding" in the Euro-zone bond market, or borrowing at almost the same interest rates as Germany, irrespective of whether the country's economic fundamentals justified the lower rate."

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