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How to leave a currency union

How can a country exit from the euro? EuroThinkTank, a group of economists and financial market experts, published a report that explains how an exit from a modern currency union should be handled. In this technical entry, I will go through our main arguments for a successful exit. How to leave: the principles A sovereign state can always choose to adopt its own currency, as suggested for Greece by other euro members during the Summer of 2015.
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