MARTIN WOLF: A Greek Exit From The Euro Would Be 'A Nightmare'
Friday, 18 May 2012
Everyone is wondering what would happen if Greece left the euro, and while politicians keep arguing that the effects would be limited, some analysts are beginning to speak up otherwise.
Martin Wolf, chief economics editor of the Financial Times and one of the most influential financial journalists in the world, wrote yesterday...
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