The Greek election on June 17 is being built up by the markets as Europe's Lehman moment, the event which could trigger the collapse of the eurozone. But there are many ways that can be avoided, according to Marc Chandler, Global Head of Currency Strategy, Brown Brothers Harriman. He explains why to Long View columnist John Authers.
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