In case you were wondering, this is how you pronounce Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Dutch finance minister and Eurogroup president, whose offhand remark about Cyprus—namely, that the country’s bailout conditions may not be such a special case, after all—has thrown European markets into a bit of turmoil. Now that everyone is furious at Dijsselbloem, you might as well know how to say his name.
And now you know.
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