Discussion in 'English Only' started by miriam91, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. miriam91 Senior Member


    I would like to ask if it is clear that "its" refers to Germany in this sentence:

    Fed up with the bailout routine, Germany now wants to ward off doom, but its euro schizophrenia is no help in solving the issue. Moreover, doubts are being cast on the idea of a more integrated euro zone which could possibly lead to a split two-tier EU.

    Thank you.
  2. lucas-sp Senior Member

    English - Californian
    Yep, "its" refers to Germany. There's nothing else that it could refer to, at least not in the extract you've provided.

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