Europe Braces For Greek Exit

Investor's Business Daily
May 2012
Investors Business Daily;5/21/2012, pA01
4.� �The European Commission and the ECB are preparing contingency plans in case Greece leaves the euro zone, the EU trade commissioner said, adding that a Greek exit wouldn't mean the end of the common currency. But EC officials denied such planning was taking place. A new opinion poll in Greece suggested support for pro-bailout parties has rebounded enough for them to control a majority of seats.


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