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What if Greece leaves euro?
Al Jazeera asks a leading economist to talk through the scenarios that could see Athens return to drachma.
Last Modified: 15 May 2012 09:59

Greek leaders have been struggling to form a new coalition for the past eight days, but with little success.

A failure to form a government would mean Greeks would have to vote again in less than two months.

Opinion polls show the anti-austerity Radical Left party, known as Syriza, leading the polls, and if they win the country could be pushed out of the eurozone.

Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba takes a look at what that would mean.

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