February 26, 2013

Why the Euro Debt Crisis Never Really Ended

Michael Schuman, Time

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The political upheaval in the Eurozone's third-largest economy in the wake of this week's national election shows us just how troubled the euro zone really is, and how dangerous its debt crisis remains to the global economy.

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