Will Euro survive?
The difference between the debts of certain Euro countries and the steps that are taken to overcome that is constantly on the rise. Even IMF chief commented that if something substantial is not done quickly, it will not be possible for even IMF to fund this debts, so the million Euro question is "Will Euro survive?"
It will suvive but in a different europe, after the dust has seatled and Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain have all had handouts the northen europeen countries will want to paid back in what time will tell. Perhaps we will see somthing similar to the States with rich states and poor ones being ruled by 1 goverment. This will be the birth place of the 1 world gouverment.
There you asked!
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