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The eurozone is strong enough to kick out Greece if Syriza wins

Plus: France’s latest eruption of bureaucracy, and the Chinese bid for Club Med

10 January 2015

9:00 AM

10 January 2015

9:00 AM

Ever since European Central Bank president Mario Draghi declared himself ready, in July 2012, ‘to do whatever it takes to preserve the euro’, the likely disintegration of the single currency — as predicted by pundits such as yours truly over the preceding years — has all but disappeared from the comment agenda.

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