June 11, 2012

Germany, Not Greece, Should Exit Euro

Red Jahncke, Bloomberg

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All the debate about the pros and cons of a Greek exit from the euro area is missing the point: A German exit might be better for all concerned.

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TAGGED: Eurozone, Greece, Germany, Ireland, Portugal, Spain

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