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Germany has drawn up plans for Greece to default and possibly leave the euro, the Daily...

Germany has drawn up plans for Greece to default and possibly leave the euro, the Daily Telegraph reports. Finmin Wolfgang Schauble doesn't believe the Greek government will be able to implement the austerity that it has pledged to, nor that the measures would anyway save Greece, although Angela Merkel still holds out hope.
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  • davidingeorgia
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    Of course they're drawing up plans for such a scenario. At least, they are if they're even vaguely competent at their jobs. And plans for all sorts of other scenarios, too. This is "news" in what way?
    19 Feb 2012, 07:25 AM Reply Like
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