Greek euro exit no longer unthinkable
David McHugh - The Associated PressFRANKFURT, Germany — Let Greece go. It's a possibility that's being considered more and more publicly in Europe.
There have been two and a half years of bailouts and broken promises by Greece to reform. The result: a fifth year of recession and, this week, political chaos. Voters on Sunday favored parties that either oppose the country's international bailout or want to renegotiate it. If it cannot get more rescue loans, Greece will go bankrupt and likely have to leave the eurozone, the currency union of 17 countries.
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