Greek governor renews warnings about euro exit


The governor of the Bank of Greece, George Provopoulos, on April 24 renewed his warning of the consequences if Greece were to exit the eurozone.

Echoing his stark words from November last year, Provopoulos said the government must be committed to implementing the reform programme agreed with the ECB, or risk "taking the country several decades back, and eventually driving it out of the euro area and the European Union".

Speaking at the 79th Annual Meeting of Shareholders, Provopoulos said

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