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Greece's debt dilemma - in 75 seconds

Time is running out for Greece to secure the funds it needs to pay a €1.6bn (£1.1bn) loan repayment due to the IMF.

The country's total debt is €320bn so even if a deal is done it would just be a small step on the long hard road ahead.

So what would happen in the event of a Greek default? Could the country leave the euro and begin printing its own money?

Andrew Walker has been looking at the figures.

  • 18 Jun 2015
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