Greece’s Least Bad Option Looks to Be Internal Devaluation: Viewby
Greece and some other euro-area economies face years of financial struggle even if they manage to restructure their debts. Their prospects are so bleak that, according to one school of thought, they would be better off outside the euro system, despite the immediate costs of leaving.
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