How the euro was saved
Peter Spiegel, the Financial Times’s Brussels bureau chief, recounts the moments in 2011 and 2012 when the euro came closest to collapse, and how politicians and bureaucrats battled over the solutions that eventually saved the euro.
Studio filmed by Rod Fitzgerald. Produced and edited by Josh de la Mare. Video: Reuters and European Union. Stills and other video: Getty.
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