Most Germans want Greece to quit euro - poll
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Most Germans want Greece to quit euro - poll

Athens : NY : USA | Feb 05, 2012 at 4:09 AM PST
Source: International Business Times
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Text Size The majority of Germans feel the euro currency bloc would be better off if debt-crippled Greece left it, a poll published in mass-selling newspaper Bild am Sonntag showed on Sunday. The Emnid poll said 53 percent of Germans surveyed thought Greece should return to its former currency, the... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
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