Chief of the Eurogroup - a terrifying responsibility. Before Jeroen Dijsselbloem, that almost mystical job belonged to none other than Jean-Claude Juncker, the revered artisan of the Greek bail-out.
So, when the priestly function was bestowed upon the youngish looking (although born in 1966) Dutch finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, worried voices were heard in the Dutch parliament: will he be able to mix both? Run our finances AND the Eurozone at the same time?
Raised a Roman Catholic a...
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