Paul AmesJune 12, 2013 06:10
BRUSSELS — Olli Rehn and Christine Lagarde used to be good at teamwork. Lagarde, who heads the International Monetary Fund, was a member of the French synchronized swimming team in her youth. Rehn, the European Union's economic and monetary affairs commissioner, played soccer in Finland's top division. Lately, however, both have raised doubts about whether they’re following the same game plan as they attempt to lead efforts to pull Europe out of its economic crisis.