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Feb 7, 2015 10:00am EST
. structural reform barriers. china is a great example. how did it grow its economy? by limiting barriers. there are plenty of barriers at that stand in the way of efficiency in europe. if those barriers are removed, there is a lot of potential. a lot of southern europeans are having to deal with cultural questions. quality of life as they define it. or a vitality. i would say efficiency is a key element here. >> i am sorry i want to cut you -- i have to cut you off. we only have four minutes. i want 40 seconds from each of you on who needs to pull their weight. gary, i will kickoff with you. [laughter] >> it is hard to separate it. at the end of the day i think , business needs to pull their weight. if europe is going to grow, business needs to go. i will make a very quick point. if you look at what the u.s. got going, we had a cheap energy, we had low interest rates, and a very competitive currency. we used that to create jobs. the question is if europe can create jobs. i will go to business. business needs to create jobs, but you need the structural reform to create jobs. but we did in
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