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In the beginning

21 April 2015 By Swaha Pattanaik

The single currency is supposed to be irreversible. Yet European policymakers regularly conjure up the risks of Greece’s euro exit. No wonder potential Greek IOUs elicit vastly divergent reactions to actual Californian ones. This difference suggests how the euro zone can change.

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