Euro – Grexit – What Next?

GREXIT AND THE EURO: WHAT NEXT?

When the Maastricht treaty was signed in 1992 to signal the establishment of a single currency for the Eurozone as part of the integration of Europe, few of the people who originally conceived this idea could have imagined that the Euro would find itself in such dire straits more than 15 years down the road. The ideals of the treaty looked good on paper, but there were several factors that the Maastricht treaty did not take into consideration.

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