Greece’s Forced Exit From The Eurozone Would Be ‘Tumultuous’

Greece’s Forced Exit From The Eurozone Would Be ‘Tumultuous’

NPR’s Robert Siegel talks with economists Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University and Carmen Reinhart of Harvard’s Kennedy School about Greece’s debt crisis and the larger implications for the eurozone.

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