Fifty five percent of Dutch people regret that the Netherlands joined the euro, according to a survey by pollster Maurice de Hond in Dutch daily De Telegraaf. Forty eight percent said criticism of Dutch finance minister and Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who helped orchestrate Cyprus' harsh bailout deal, is unjustified.
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