In 60 Seconds See What’d Happen If Debt-Laden Greece Left the Euro

Greece is at the crossroads in regards to its economic future, largely about whether or not it’s to remain part of the euro zone or not.

Both the EU and Greece’s new radical leftist government say the country should remain in the euro zone but there are some differing views on how that should happen.

And there are some rather large challenges that need to be surmounted as part of that.

For one, Greece’s creditors don’t want to write off the country’s huge debts and this means that a bailout for the Greeks may not happen.

The result may mean a “Grexit”.

If it did occur, what would it be like for the Greeks? See the above video by the BBC to find out.

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