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What will happen if Greece leaves the eurozone?

The prospect of Greece, or any other member, leaving the single currency was once considered unthinkable.

But with no end to the crisis in Athens in sight, EU policy-makers are now talking about the technical process of managing a withdrawal.

Robert Peston considers the potential impact such a move would have on Greece and the wider eurozone.

  • 14 May 2012
  • From the section Europe
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