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Last updated: May 21, 2012 4:12 pm
By Chris Giles, Russell Birkett and Cleve Jones
With the idea of a Greek exit from the eurozone no longer fanciful, this interactive graphic outlines the likely consequences.
It is a description, not a prediction, that includes the possibility of a break-up of the eurozone, although even in the event of a Greek default that outcome is far from inevitable.
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