Greece must meet all terms to stay in euro zone

By REUTERS
February 14, 2012 04:35

 
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WASHINGTON - Failure by Greece to meet all the conditions laid down by Europe and the International Monetary Fund for new bailout funds would lead to its exit from the euro zone, Luxembourg's finance minister said on Monday.

Markets have adjusted and sufficient firewalls have been erected in Europe to limit the financial damage should Greece decide to default and leave the monetary union, Luc Frieden said.

"I still think that we should do our best to keep the euro zone with all its members. But again, the key lies with Greece today," Frieden told the Atlantic Council after meeting with the US Treasury.


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