November 7, 2012

Greece Must Leave the Euro By Christmas

Andrew Alexander, Daily Mail

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Wake up, wake up and smell the tear gas! The Greeks are having yet another 48-hour general strike — plus an extra day of transport strikes — as they continue towards eventual and certain departure from the euro.

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