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Greece's Dilemma and Europe's Anxiety, Part II

May 17, 2012

Jacob Funk Kirkegaard and Arvind Subramanian debate whether a Greek exit from the euro area will be an incentive for Spain, Portugal, or other countries to stay—or to follow the Greeks.





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