By Claer Barrett15 October 2010
Ailing property markets, weak economic growth and political tensions across the 27 states that make up the world’s largest economy are placing unprecedented pressure on the euro. Will it crack? Claer Barrett thinks the unthinkable and asks leading economists for their predictions
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