The day the euro nearly collapsed
In spring 2010, European and global policymakers desperately scrambled to save the eurozone from collapse following the Greek debt crisis. Tony Barber, former Brussels bureau chief, discusses his blow-by-blow account of the crisis with the FT's Richard Edgar and assesses whether eurozone states have heeded warnings for tighter fiscal controls.
Produced by Josh de la Mare
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