Vote now: Should Greece leave the euro?

The economic turmoil that has gripped much of the eurozone arguably finds its roots in Greece. The contagion from the sovereign debt crisis there spread uncertainty to the wider region.

In light of this, CentralBanking.com is asking, should Greece leave the euro? Be it for its own economic recovery or for the stabilisation of the single currency, head over to CentralBanking.com now and vote in the poll.

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