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Debt and divisions in the Eurozone
What threat do disagreements between Eurozone leaders pose to the resolution of the European debt crisis?
Last Modified: 18 Sep 2011 10:18

European finance ministers have met in Poland. At the top of their agenda is how to deal with the Eurozone debt crisis. But the ministers are far from in agreement as ongoing divisions between the Eurozone countries and the European Central Bank continue to play out. Something that Timothy Geithner, the US treasury secretary, warned could be very damaging.
 
Just what does it all mean for Eurozone economies and the Euro?
 
Inside Story, with presenter Shakuntala Santhiran, discusses with guests: Henning Meyer, a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics; Clem Chambers, the chief executive of ADVFN, Europe's largest financial information website; and Giorgos Capopoulos, a commentator on European and international affairs for Greek state television.

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